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Full text of "The Buccaneer"

Published by the Students of 
East Carolina College . . . Greenville, N. C. 

Tommie Lupton . . . Mildred Reynolds . . . Co-Editors 
Evelyn Davis . . . Business Manager 



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e dedicate this 1954 Buccaneer 



to Dr. Orval L. Phillips, "the students' friend." 



In his short time here the East Carolina Registrar has gained many friends by 
his never-tiring willingness to help students who need academic advice. 

Dr. Phillips served last year as sponsor for the Sigma Rho Phi, and at present 
he is taking an active part in civic organizations off campus. 



In dedicating this book we are doing so little for a friend who has done so 
iuch for us. 




Students make daily journeys from the 
dorms to classes in the Austin Building. 



.ooking toward Fleming Hall from Jarvis Hall, we 
bserve students as they are going to and from classes. 



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As we are going down the steps of the Wright Building to- 
ward Flanagan we realize what a beautiful campus we have. 



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ig through the trees on front campus we view Jarvis Hall, girls' dormitory. In the background one can see the top of the Austin Bui 



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The College Infirmary draws an early visit 
from all the freshmen at East Carolina. 



An efficient college staff handles all the college's 
problems in the Administration Building. 







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Students are able to enjoy the loveliness of our arboretum while going to and from 
classes in the college gymnasium. The tall laundry smokestack can be seen in the background. 



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From a window in the Administration Building, we 
have a good view of the Graham and Wright Buildings. 



Our football stadium had two additional 
sections of stands erected this year. 








The fireplace near the gym is the scene 
of frequent club wiener roasts and picnics. 



Bridge clubs hold daily 
sessions in the soda shop. 




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Vright Auditorium is a real "bee-hive" of activity on registration day of each quarter. Lines like th 





sdale Hall, with its new wing, is the home of many of the male On our way to Wright Building, we pass through the picturesque 

ents at East Carolina. Married couples live in the basement. Wright Circle where we can view the lovely shrubs and fish pond. 



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has a new spacious library for the students to use for their studying. The building was not complete when this shot was made. 



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journeys to and from our Memorial Gymnasium are made by students. The scenic landscapes make the long hike less tiresome for all of Ui 




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Campus spirit at dear ole East Carolina 
is as high as our tall and beautiful trees. 



Freshmen girls made their first friends at dear ole 
East Carolina within the walls of Gotten Hall. 





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President's Message 




You seniors are being graduated into a world 
of unlimited possibilities as well as a world of 
unstable political ideologies. Discoveries, inven- 
tions, and progressive thinking have projected so 
very many possibilities that you may feel over- 
come in attempting to make a wise choice for 
your life's work. What the future portends is 
rather difficult to anticipate. However, you have 
the basic foundation upon which to build and 
upon which to call for direction for the years that 
lie ahead. May your lives be fully enriched with 
God's blessings and guidance to enable you to be 
outstanding citizens in helping mold a Christian, 
democratic world where the value of the human 
personality will transcend all materialistic phil- 
osophy and harmful skepticism. 

J. D. Messick 



Dr. Messick serves the nation, as well 

as the college, by helping with the 

Easter Seal Society. 



Across from our campus we see the 

beautiful home of our beloved 

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DR. LEO W. JENKINS 

Dr. Jenkins, Dean of East Carolina, is 

always striving to make improvements 

that will benefit the student body. 



DR. CLINTON R. 1'REWETT 

A person who is ready to help in student 
affairs and guidance is Dr. Prewett, Dean 
cf Men. In addition, he teaches psychology 
and is director of self-help work for men. 





MISS RUTH WHITE 

Miss White, Dean of Women, has a big job 
in guiding and directing the women stu- 
dents of the college. She is also head of 
self-help for women. 



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F. I). DUNCAN 

As Treasurer and Business Manager of 

the college, Mr. Duncan does an efficient 

job of handling the college funds. 



DR. ORVAL L. PHILLIPS 

Helping- students keep their class sched- 
ules straight and getting out grades 
keeps Registrar Phillips busy even after 
office hours. 




DR. J. L. OPPELT 

During our senior year and after gradu- 
ation, we come in contact with Dr. 
Oppelt, Director of Student Teaching 
and Placement. 



DR. ED J. CARTER 

North Carolina highways are familiar 
scenes to our Director of Field Service, 
who is constantly visiting high schools 
spreading the goodwill of the college. 



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IACULTY members, as well as students, help 
East Carolina live up to its name as being the 
"friendliest college in the state." 



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Our Faculty . 




Left to Right: 

first row: Dr. C. L. Adams, Psychology; Dr. Dora Jean Ashe, English; Capt. James 
G. Barnett, AFROTC; Mrs. A. L. Barrett, Secretary to President; Dr. Edgar Beaty, 
Social Studies; Dr. Kenneth L. Bing, Industrial Arts; Dr. Austin D. Bond, Science; 
Lloyd J. Bray, Student Stores Director; Dr. Elmer R. Browning, Business Education. 

SECOND ROW: James W. Butler, Alumni Secretary; Norman H. Cameron, Business 
Education; Mrs. Lily Rouse Carr, Training School Librarian; Herbert Carter, Music; 
Robert Carter, Music; Miss Beatrice Chauncey, Music; Miss Hazel Clark, Freshman 
Adviser and Co-ordinator of Social Activities; Miss Camille Clarke, Dietitian; Mrs. 
Myrtle Clark, Critic Teacher. 

third row: Dr. Howard Clay, Social Studies; Dr. Hubert Coleman, Social Studies; 
James Cummings, Geography; Dr. Kenneth Cuthbert, Music; Dr. Audrey Dempsey, 
Business Education; J. 0. Derrick, Science; Dr. Charles DeShaw, Physical Education; 
Miss Mabel Dougherty, Home Economics; Miss Elizabeth Drake, Music. 

fourth row: William Durham, Music; Mrs. Elsie Eagan, Critic Teacher; Mrs. T. H. 
Eaton, Physical Education; Dr. Theodore Eaton, Jr., Science; Miss Ruby Edens, 
Business Education; Miss Lena Ellis, Business Education; Dr. Rodney Everhart, 
Special Education — Psychology; Miss Ruth Faison, Critic Teacher; Dr. Woodrow 
Flanary, Education. 

FIFTH row: Mrs. Ellen C. Fleming, Mathematics; James Fleming, Foreign Language; 
Dr. A. D. Frank, Social Studies; T/Sgt. Floyd Freeman, Jr., AFROTC; Colonel 
Roger A. Fuller, AFROTC; Frank Fuller, Education; Miss Louise Galphin, Critic 
Teacher; Mrs. Ruth Garner, Dormitory Counselor; Robert Gray, Music. 




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Left to Right: 

first row: Miss Mary Green, English; Dr. Louise Greer, English; Miss Lois Grigsby, 
English; Miss Peggy Hampton, Assistant Librarian; Capt. Thomas Harper, AFROTC; 
Jchnny Harrell, Policeman; Dr. Carl Vernon Harris, Religion; Mrs. Ruby E. Hassell. 
Assistant Librarian; Dr. Hubert Haynes, Psychology. 

SECOND row: Miss Betty Heavener, Assistant Librarian; Dr. Mary C. Helms, Science; 
Rufus Helms, Science; Dr. Edgar W. Hirshberg, English; Dr. Keith D. Holmes, 
Education; Miss Emma Hooper, English; W. W. Howell, Business Education; Miss 
Elisabeth Hyman, Critic Teacher; Dr. Elmer Johnson, Associate Librarian. 

third ROW: Miss Christine Johnston, Training School; Dr. Harold Jones, Science; 
Dr. Nephi Jorgensen, Health and Physical Education; Dr. Elwood Keister, Music; 
Miss Sally Klingenschmitt, Critic Teacher; Dr. George Knipp, English; Dr. W. S. 
Krausnick, Mathematics; Miss Gussie Kuykendall, Music; Mrs. Mabel Lacy Hall, 
Home Economics. 

fourth ROW: Miss Ruth Lambie, Home Economics; Miss Tora Larsen, Business 
Education; Dr. J. K. Long, Education; Miss Vera MacKay, Elementary Education; 
Miss Eunice Hill McGee, Critic Teacher; Dr. Bessie McNiel, Home Economics; Dr. 
William Marshall, Social Studies; Dr. George Martin, Geography; Miss Annie Mae 
Murray, Kindergarten. 

FIFTH ROW: Dr. Donald Murray; English; Dr. Paul Murray, Social Studies; Frances 
Lee Neel, Art; Miss Grace M. Outland, Supt. of Infirmary; Dr. George Pasti, Social 
Studies; Mrs. Dorothy Perkins, Education; George Perry, Music; Mrs. George Perry, 
Foreign Language; Dr. Parnell Picklesimer, Geography; Dr. Martha M. Pingel, 
English. 




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Left to Right: 

FIRST ROW: Ehvood Pittman, Policeman; Dr. James Poindexter, English; Howard 
Porter, Health and Physical Education; Dr. Meredith Posey, English; Dr. Charles 
Reynolds, Science; Dr. John Reynolds, Mathematics; Miss Lucile Rice, Science; Mrs. 
Charity Risher, Business Education; Dr. Charles Risher, Industrial Arts. 

second row: Mrs. Lelia Rives, Dining Hall Steward; M/Sgt. Herbert Sails, AFROTC; 
Mrs. Elizabeth Savage, Critic Teacher; Dr. Percy Scott, Mathematics; Chester 
Scruggs, Science; Miss Cathmar Shaw, Physical Education; W. W. Smiley, Librarian; 
Miss Mary Smith, Critic Teacher; Mrs. Helen Snyder, Dormitory Counselor. 

third row: Miss Nell Stallings, Health and Physical Education; Mrs. Ruby Stephens, 
Infirmary; Dr. James Stewart, Social Studies; Dr. Kathleen Stokes, Social Studies; 
Miss Lucy Stokes, Infirmary; Miss Alice Strawn, Home Economics; Dr. Richard Todd, 
Social Studies; M/Sgt. Robert Spicer, AFROTC; Dr. Hazel Taylor, Psychology. 

fourth row: Dr. Paul Toll, Social Studies; Bruce Trible, Assistant Librarian; Dr. 
Alice Turner, English; Dr. Elizabeth Utterback, English; Miss Kathleen Venters, 
Dormitory Housekeeper; Dan E. Vornholt, Music; Miss Elizabeth Walker, Library 
Science; Miss Frances Wahl, Critic Teacher; Mrs. Joan Warren, Secretary to Student 
Stores. 

fifth row: Mrs. Susie Williams Webb, Alumni Office; Mrs. Gladys White, Music; 
Dr. James White, Business Education; Dr. Milburn J. White, Psychology; Miss Louise 
Williams, Mathematics; Dr. Eva Williamson, Education; Miss Nancy Wilmore, 
Dormitory Counselor; Dr. Christine Wilton, Science; Mrs. Helen D. Wolff; Critic 
Teacher; Capt. William Young, AFROTC. 



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Alumni Association 

Alumni of East Carolina College continue their 
contacts with their Alma Mater through the 
Alumni Office, which this year moved into its own 
permanent home in the Alumni-Faculty Building. 
Addresses and records of more than 20,000 
alumni are maintained by this office, and the Gen- 
eral Alumni Association publishes "The Alumni 
Bulletin" quarterly, sponsors alumni meetings, 
reunions, and other alumni gatherings. 




Henry Oglesby (left), former president of the East 
Carolina Alumni Association, and present President 
James Whitfield chat with Secretary James Butler. 



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Alumni of the college heard Whitfield speak at the 
luncheon on Homecoming Day. 




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Seniors 



Juniors 



Graduate Students 



FIRST ROW 

Thomas B. Allsbrook Scotland Neck 

Lionel Lyston Bishop, Jr Greenville 

Jack Britt Fairmont 

Mavis Lee Brown Williamston 

Clarence H. Butler Salemburg 

SECOND ROW 

Louisianna Queen Hurdle Sharpsburg 

Alec James Hurst, Jr Greensboro 

Roland Fisher Jones, Jr Baltimore, Md. 

Katie Earle Owen Roseboro 

Walter Raleigh Parker, Jr Woodland 

THIRD ROW 

Weldon Douglas Robinson Atlantic 

Donald W. Roebuck Stokes 

Annie Laura Felts Whitehead Murfreesboro 

Robert Lee Vickory, Jr Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Annie Lee Whitford Ayden 



The graduate students appearing on this page 
represent only about one-tenth of the men and 
women doing part-time and full-time graduate 
work here. Many teachers within a radius of a 
hundred miles journey here for Saturday grad- 
uate work. Late evening graduate classes are held 
for teachers in the immediate area who desire to 
do work on their Master of Arts Degree. 



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Cecilia Cartwright 



There are approximately 360 seniors in the Class of 1954, most of 
whom entered East Carolina in the Fall of 1950. Royce Jordan, who 
served last year as Junior Class president, was elected president of the 
Senior Class last Spring by his classmates. 



Senior Class Officers 

Royce Jordan President 

Don Muse Vice President 

Carolyn Burnette Secretary 

Ruth Jones Treasurer 

Cecilia Cartwright SGA Representative 




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Frank Columbus Adams, B.S. Rocky Mount 
Industrial Arts 

Flora Charity Adams, B.S. Rocky Mount 
Grammar Grade Education 

FTA 4; YWCA 4. 



Ottis Leslie Adams, B.S. Newport 

English and French 

FTA 4; YMCA 4. 



Ramona Outlaw Adams, B.S. 
Home Economics 



Kinston 



Nolan C. Alcock, B.S. Pollocksville 

Business Education and Social Studies 



George Lynwood Alexander, B.S. Ahoskie 
Industrial Arts and Social Studies 

Industrial Arts Club 1: EPO 2, 3. 4; Veterans Club 2. 3, 4; 



Nancy Faye Apple, B.S. Raleigh 

Elementary Education 

Meredith College 1. 2. 



Ola Kelly Avent, B.S. Fuquay Springs 

Grammar Grade Education 

Campbell College 1. 2; FTA 4. 



Charlotte W. Baker, B.S. Cape May, N. J. 
Primary Education 



William Horace Baker, B.S. Zebulon 

Business Education 

Louisbrjrg College 1. 2: Pi Omega Pi 3. 4. 



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Worth Eugene Baker, B.S. Washington 

Business Education and Social Studies 

William Oliver Baldwin, B.S. Whiteville 

Business Education and Social Studies 



Hilda Jane Barber, A.B. Clinton 

English and Social Studies 



Lewis Bell Barnes, B.S. Enfield 

Physical Education and Science 



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Nancy C. Barnes, B.S. Weldon 

Primary Education 

ACE 1, 2, 3: FTA 3. 

Martha Ann Barrow, B.S. Pollocksville 

Primary Education 

ACE 1. 2. 3. 4; WAA 1, 2. 3. 4; YWCA 1. 4; FTA 4. 



Mary Gerock Barrow, B.S. Maysville 

Grammar Grade Education 

Peggy Joyce Barrow, B.S. Greenville 

Primary Education 

Cheerleader 1. 2: Marshal 2: ACE 1. 2. 4. 



Adah Mayfield Bass, B.S. Tarboro 

Primary Education 



Waylon T. Bass, B.S. Garysburg 

Science and Mathematics 

Science Club 2. 3. 4: Circle K 3. 4: Phi Sigma Pi 3. 4: Chi 




Wilben Crawford Bass, B.S. Goldsboro 

Industrial Arts and Social Studies 

Charles C. Batchelor, B.S. Rocky Mount 

Physical Education and Social Sttidies 

Wilson Hall House Committee 1: YMCA 1, 2. 3, 4; AFROTC 
Officer's Club 3, 4: YDC 3, 4; Social Committee 3: Slay Hall 
House Committee 4. 



Nancy Lelia Beatty, B.S. Mount Holly 

Primary Education 



Betsy Parks Best, B.S. Goldsboro 

Business Education 



Dorothy Grey Best, B.S. Goldsboro 

Business Education 



William Nelson Best, B.S. Goldsboro 

Physical Education and Science 

Louisburg College 1. 



E. Metz Bizzell, A.B. Goldsboro 

Business Education 

Commerce Club 2. 3, 4: Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; Circle K 4. 



Deane Blackmon, B.S. Four Oaks 

Primary Education 



Yvonne Blackmon, B.S. Oxford 

Business Education 



Loyce Bonner, B.S. Aurora 

Grammar Grade Education 

Teachers Playhouse 1, 2: FTA 1. 2, 3; WAA 1, 2, 3. 4. 





Shelton Ward Bowen, A.B. Aurora 

Bwiim '.v.* Education 



Betty Sue Branch, B.S. Greenville 

Stmt! es.s- Education 

.larvis Forensic Club 1; Commerce Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3; 
BSU I, 2, 3, 4: Pi Omega Pi 2, 3 4; Dance Chairman 4; 
Marshal 3, 4: FHI.A 4; Vice President 4; Who't Who among 
St Kil> at* rn Aim man Vnivereitii-s and College*. 



Patricia Ann Branch, B.S. Lucama 

Grammar Grade Education 

Woman's Chorus 1. 2; College Choir 3; ACE 3. 

Betty Low Brickhouse, B.S. Aulander 

Art and Social Studies 



George R. Brinson, B.S. Arapahoe 

Social Studies and English 

Atlantic Christian College 1, 2. 

Kitty G. Brinson, B.S. Draper 

Home Economics 

WAA 1; Home Economics Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Reporter 4: Class 
Secretary 2; SGA 3; May Court Attendant 3; Miss Summer 
School 3: Cheerleader 3, 4: Annual Staff 4; Homecoming Queen 



Mary Sawyer Brown, B.S. Grantsboro 

Primary Education 

YWCA 1, 2. 3; ACE 1. 2. 3. 4. 

Johnnie Robert Brown, B.S. Washington 
Physical Education and Science 

Atlantic Christian College 1, Football 2, 3. 4; Varsity Club 2 



Marvin Eli Brown, B.S. Rockingham 

Phi/sical Education and Science 



Oscar H. Brown, A.B. 

Science 

Science Club: Veterans Club. 




Charlie Thomas Buck, B.S. Grimesland 

Social Studies and English 



Frances A. Buck, B.S. Grimesland 

Business Education and Social Studies 



Melvin Vernus Buck, B.S. Greenville 

Business Education 

N. C. State 1: AFROTC Officer's Club 3. 4; FBLA 4. 

Bobby Jean Burch, B.S. Raleigh 

Spanish and English 

S'gma Pi Alpha; English Club. 



Mary Sue Burch, B.S. Kenansville 

Home Economics 

Hazel Gleen Burke, B.S. La Grange 

Primary Education 

Cheerleader 1; WAA 1: YWCA 1, 2. 3. 4: FTA 3. 4; ACE 4. 



G. Carolyn Burnette, B.S. Hopewell, Va. 
Business Education 

Commerce Club 1. 2, 3. 4; Pi Omega Pi 2. 3, 4; Class Secretary 
4; Marshal 4. 

Anne Watson Butler, B.S. Greenville 

Primary Education 

Westminster Fellowship 1, 2: YWCA 1. 2. 3, 4; SGA Representa- 

ni. J Sophomore Counselor; FTA 2. 4; Teachers Playhouse 3. 
YWCA Treasurer 2; Secretary 3; Class Vice President 3; ACE 
2. 3. 4: Who's Who amunu Stud,„ta ,i Amrrinn, f ni vrrsities 
and Colleges. 



Ann Bynum, B.S. Farmville 

Business Education and English 

Band 2; Class Officer 2; Commerce Club 2. 3: SGA 2. 3, 4; SGA 

Assistant Treasurer 2. 3; FTA 3; Pi Omega Pi 3. 4; FBLA 4: 
Social Chairman 4: English Club 4; YWCA 4; Choir 4: Kappa 
Delta Pi 4. 

James L. Byrd, B.S. Kinston 

Physical Education and Social Studies 



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Martha "Tennie" Byrd, B.S. Maysville 

Primary Education 



Thurston Callahan, B.S. Whiteville 

Physical Education and Social Studies 



Paul Archibald Cameron, Jr., B.S. Kinston 
Mathematics and Science 

Math Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Vice President 3 and President 4; Varsity 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Cadet Officers Club 3. 4; Circle K 3. 4: 
Phi Sigma Pi 3, 4: SGA 4; Who's Who among Students in 
American Ihiierrstics anil Colleges. 



Barbara Jean Cargile, B.S. Parmele 

Primary Educa tion 



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Ellard Grady Croom, Jr., B.S. Rocky Mount 
Industrial Arts 



William James Carr, A.B. Rocky Mount 
Business Education 



Cecilia D. Cartwright, B.S. Norfolk, Va. 

English and Social Studies 

YWCA 1; Woman's Chorus 1. 2: Buccaneer Staff 1. 2. 3, 4; 
Assistant Husim-ss Manager 3. 4; "Good News" 2; Class Secre- 
tary 3: English Club 3, 4: International Relations Club 4; 
Marshal 4; SGA 4: Elections Committee 4. 



Earl Grey Castellow, B.S. Windsoi 

Physical Education and Social Studies 

YMCA 1. 2. 3. 4; International Relations Club 3. 4: YDC 3. 4 



Helen Rose Cherry, B.S. Belmont 

Grammar Grade Education 

Mars Hill Jr. College 1. 2: YWCA 3, 4; FTA 3, 4. 



Marion J. Chesson, B.S. Roper 

Primary Education 




E. Olene Civils, B.S. 


Kinston 


Science 




Science Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Historian 2 and Public Relatione 
Director 4 Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4: Council 4: YWCA 
12 3 4; Wesley Players 2, 3. 4; Reporter 3 and President 
4': FTA' 3. 4; Vice President Summer 3; Secretary Wilson Hall 3. 


Carolyn Lewis Clapp, B.S. 


Greenville 


Primary Education 




East Carolinian Staff 1; Woman's Chorus 1: 
house 1. 2. 3; Secretary 2: Woman's Day Studei 
President 3; College Choir 2; SGA 3. 


Teachers Play- 
it Club 1. 2, 3: 


Louis Erwin Clark, A.B. 


Greenville 


Pre-Legal, Social Studies, and 


English 


UNC 1: Circle K 2. 3. 4; Cheerleader 2; SGA 
Men's Day Students 4. 


3, 4; President 


Mary Agnes Clarke, B.S. 


Sanford 


Primary Education 




BSU Council 1; YWCA 1; ACE 1, 2, 3. 4. 




Carol Reid Coffey, B.S. Mullins, S. C. 


Primary Education 




Lees McRae College 1, 2; College Choir 3: WAA 3. 4; FTA 4; 
YWCA 4. 


Thelma Oleta Collier, B.S. 


Clarkton 


Home Economics 




Home Economics Club 1. 2. 3. 4; House President Woman's 
Hall 1: SGA 1; Woman's Judiciary 1; YWCA 1, 2, 3, 4: 
Dramatics Club 2. 


Lemuel Clay Cook, B.S. 


Cooleemee 


Business Education 




Mars Hill College 1. 2: Commerce Club 3. 




Mary Sue Cook, B.S. 


Hertford 


Home Economics 




Home Economics Club 1. 2. 3, 4; WAA 1. 2. 
Phi Omicron 3: President 3. 


3; YWCA 1. 3; 



Archie "Monk" Congleton, B.S. Ahoskie 
Physical Education and Social Studies 



Margaret Joyce Conner, B.S. Rich Square 
Primary Education 




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Patricia Ann Corbett, B.S. Farmville 

Primary Education 



Lillian S. Copley, A.B. Albemarle 

Business Education 

Catawba College 1: WAA 3, 4: FBLA 4. 



John George Costulis, B.S. Belhaven 

Social Studies and English 



H. Donald Cox, B.S. Kinston 

Distributive Education 

Band 1. 2, 3; Commerce Club 1, 2. 3: Vice President 3; YDC 2; 
YMCA 2; Varsity Glee Club 2. 3; Men's Judiciary 3: Secretary 
and Treasurer 3: Phi Sigma Pi 3. 4; Secretary 4; AFROTC 
Officer's Club 3. 4; Circle K 4; SGA Treasurer 3. 



Peggy Anne Cox, B.S. Richlands 

Home Economics 

YWCA 1, 2; Home Economics Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Phi Omicron 3, 
4. 

Rachel Ann Cox, B.S. Walstonburg 

Primary Educa Hon 

ACE 1. 2. 3 4; Jarvis Hall House Committee 4. 



Raymond H. Cox, B.S. Maury 

Social Studies and Physical Education 

AFROTC Officer's Club 3. 4. 



Ruby H. Crane, B.S. Kinston 

English and Social Studies 



Bryan C. Craft, B.S. Clayton, Ga. 

Physical Education and Science 

boxing 1 ; P. E. Club 1,2.3; Science Club 3. 4 ; Aquatic Club 4. 



Helen Kathryn Credle, B.S. Scranton 

Grammar Grade Education 

Commerce Club 1: YWCA 1. 




Roy R. Creech, B.S. Snow Hill 

Social Studies and English 

Buccaneer Staff 2, 3, 4; Assistant Business Manager 2; Busi- 
ness Manager 3; Co-Editor 4; YDC 2, 3. 4; AFROTC Officer's 
Club 3, 4: Circle K 3. 4: Board of Directors 3; SGA 4; Budget 
Committee 4; Who's Who among Students in American Uni- 
versities and Colleges. 

Eliard Grady Croom, Jr., B.S. Rocky Mount 
Industrial Arts 



Leonard R. Culbreth, B.S. Greenville 

Social Studies and English 



Walter Earl Culbreth, Jr., B.S. Goldsboro 
Industrial Arts and Mathematics 



Gladys Rosamond Daugherty, B.S. Kinston 
Business Education and English 

Commerce Club 1. 2; YWCA 3. 4: FBLA 4: House Committee 4. 



John F. Daughtry, B.S. Wilmington 

Physical Education and Social Studies 

International Relations Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Varsity Club 1, 2. 3. 4; 

Varsity Football 1. 2. :(. 4: Wilson Hall House Committee 2; 
ROTC Officer's Club 3, 4. 



Evelyn Jean Davis, B.S. 

Home Economics 



Warsaw 



ime Economics Club 1. 2. 3. 4; 
Teachers Playhouse 2: Buc- 
usiness Manager 3; Business 
: Marshal 3: Point System 



Miriam Ruth Dempsey, B.S. Fayetteville 
Primary Education 



Martha Catherine Dickson, B.S. Ros 
Mathematics and Social Studies 

Math Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Vice President 4; FTA 2; Jarvit 



Hill 



Mary Jean Dodd, B.S. Four Oaks 

Social Studies and English 

Freshman East Carolinian Reporter 1; International Relations 



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Myra Gale Dorsey, B.S. Wrightsville Beach 
Grammar Grade Educatioji 

Cotten Hall Freshman Counselor 1: ECC Representative at 
Azalea Festival 2: Flections Committee 3; FTA 3; May Fes- 
tival Attendant 3: New Hanover County Club President 3; 
Women's Judiciary 4. 

Bettie Jane Dougherty, B. S. Fayetteville 
Social Sftidies and Library Science 

Canterbury Club 1; Freshman Counselor 2; International Re- 
lations Club 2, 3. 4; State Secretary 2; Vice President 3; Presi- 
dent 4: Young: Democrats Club 3, 4; Secretary 3: SGA 4. 



Elizabeth Ann Duke, B.S. Greenville 

Primary Education 

Jimmy Ellsworth Dunn, A.B. Ayden 

Geography and Social Studies 

Alpha Phi Omega 3. 4. 



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Anne Blackwell DuRant, B.S. Wilmington 
Primary Education 

ACE 1. 2. 3, 4: President 4; Buccaneer Staff 2: Women's 
Chorus 2: Class Reporter 3: Marshal 3; SGA 4: Who's Who 
among Students in American Universities and Colleges. 



Charles Augustus Edwards, B. S. Greenville 
Physical Education and Socicd Studies 



Dorothy Anne Edwards, B.S. Pendleton 

Business Education 



Harold Jay Edwards, B.S. Chicod 

Grammar Grade Education 

YMCA 1; Cadet Officers Club 2. 3. 



Pansy Sue Edwards, B.S. Chicod 

Primary Education 



John Norwood Elliot, B.S. Chapanoke 

Science and Mathematics 

Math Club Re- 




James Blair Ellis, B.S. Goldsboro 

Social Studies and English 

Duke University 1; Basketball Manager 3. 4; East Carolinian 
Staff 3, 4: International Relations Club 3. 4: Phi Sigma Pi 3, 
4; President 4; Intercollegiate Athletic Committee 4; SGA 4: 
Varsity Club 4; Reporter 4: Who's Who among Students in 
American Universities and Colleges. 

William Preston Emerson, B.S. La Grange 
Industrial Arts 



Eugene E. Emery, A.B. Greenville 

Geography and Social Studies 

Presbyterian Jr. College 1, 2; Cadet Officer's Club 3, 4. 

Barbara Sue Ethridge, B.S. Red Oak 

Grammar Grade Education 

YWCA 1, 3; FTA 2, 3: President 3: Sophomore Counselor 2. 



Mildred G. Faison, B.S. 

Primary Education 



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ACE 1. 2. 3. 4. 



John Roland Farley, A.B. Greenville 

Science and Business Education 



James Conrad Faulkner, A.B. Kinston 

Science and Mathematics 

Cadet Officer's Club 3. 4. 



Anne Fedoronko, B.S. Burgaw 

English and Social SUidies 



English Club 1, 2. 3. 4: 



Reporter 3: FTA 2. 



Eugene Carl Fields, B.S. La Grange 

Industrial Arts and Mathematics 



Mary Alice Fields, B.S. Goldston 

Primary Education 

Westminster Fellowship Council 1: ACE 1. 2, 3, 4; WAA 1, 2, 




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Charles Edgar Fishel, B.S. Winston-Salem 
Social Studies and Mathematics 



Margaret Elizabeth Fleming, B.S. Greenville 
Grammar Grade Education 



Edna Jean Flora, B.S. Farmville 

Primary Education 

ACE 1, 2, 3. 4; Co-historian 4: Jarvis Hall House Committee 4. 



Donald Louis Fratino, A.B. Salisbury, Md. 
Geography and Social Studies 



John C. Furlong, A.B. Wilmington 

Business Education 



James Robert Gardner, B. S. Rocky Mount 
Social Studies and English 

Commerce Club 1; YWCA 1, 2. 3. 4: Wesley Players 2, 3, 4: 
International Relations Club 2, 4: APO 3, 4: Wesley Founda- 
tion 3. 4; Teachers Playhouse 4. 



Corydon Dwight Garrett, B.S. Greenville 
Social Studies and English 

Circle K 3, 4: Phi Sigma Pi 3. 4; Treasurer 4. 



Clyde Hilton Gentry, Jr., B.S. Maxton 

Social Studies and Physical Education 



Thelma Ruth Gerock, B.S. Maysville 

Social Studies and English 



Henry Eugene Gilbert, Jr., B.S. Bolivi 

Industrial Arts 




Mary Lee Gillette, B.S. Jacksonville 

Home Economics 



Jane Elizabeth Godwin, B.S. Wade 

English and French 



Jean Godwin, B.S. Hertford 

Social Studies and English 



Edward Mannon Gore, B.S. 

Business Education 



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Margaret Louise Grant, B.S. Goldsboro 

Home Economics 



Arlene Grantham, B.S. Goldsboro 

Primary Education 

FTA 2; ACE 3. 4; YWCA 8, 4. 



Jean Gray, B.S. Trenton 

Business Education and Social Studies 



Mary Elwood Green, B.S. Morrisville 

Grammar Grade Education 



Barbara Greenstein, B.S. Tenafly, N. J. 

Primary Education 

ACE 1. 2. 3, 4: FTA 1. 2: Cotten Hall Counselor 2; SGA 4; 
Budget Committee 4; Executive Council 4; Vice President 
Women's Judiciary. 



Edna Joyce Griffin, B.S. Rocky Mount 

Physical Education and Socud Studies 



Chowan Collei-e I; HSU 'J. 



WAA 2, 3. 4; YWCA 3. 



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Barbara Ann Grimes, B.S. Robersonville 
English and Library Science 

Class Officer 1: Goal Carolinian Assistant Editor 1: ManaKinir 
Editor 2: WAA 1: English Club 1, 2. S, 4: FTA 1. 2. 3, 4: 

Teachers ria\ house 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Counselor 2: Librarv 
Club 4. 

Jean Parker Grimes, B.S. Belcross 

Physical Education and English 

Louisburg College 1. 2; Mitchell College 8: English Club 4; 



Frances La Verne Grogan, B.S. Draper 

Grammar Grade Education 



Annice Faye Gulley, B.S. 

Primary Education 

WAA 1, 2; YWCA 1. 2; ACE 1. 2, 3. 4; FTA 3. 



Joyce Blue Gurley, B.S. Mount Olive 

Primary Education 

WAA 1. 2, 3; Vice President 3; YWCA 1, 2. 3. 4; Music Chair- 
man 2; Vice Presirlent :i; Personnel Chairman 4: Sophomore 
Counsel, .r 2: FTA 2. 3, 5: Treasurer 4; Religious Emphasi- 
Week Committee 3; ACE 4. 



Martha McKinzie Hall, B.S. Salemburg 

English and Social Studies 



Joe F. Hollow, Jr., B.S. Goldsboro 

Physical Education and Social Studies 



Lettie Marie Harper, B.S. Pikesville 

English and Social Studies 



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Ervin Harrell, B.S. Aulander 

Business Education and Social Studies 

Walter M. Harrell, A.B. Corapeake 

Geography and Social Studies 

Cadet Officer's Club 3. 4. 




Elsie Cathryne Harrelson, B.S. Whiteville 
Primary Education 



Jarvis Ray Harrington, B.S. Ayden 

Business Education and English 

Varsity Men's Glee Club 1; Pi Omefra Pi 3. 4. 



Bill Harris, B.S. Goldston 

Physical Education and Socicd Studies 



Jimmie Crockett Harris, B.S. Warrenton 
Physical Education and Social Studies 



Thelma M. Harris, B.S. Marshallberj 

Social Studies and English 



Littleton 



Virginia Dare Harris, B.S. 

Primary Education 

ACE 1. 2. 3; Officer 2; BSU 1. 2, 3; FTA 1. 2. 3; President 2: 
YWCA 1, 2. 3: County Club Secretary 2; Sophomore Counselor 
2; SGA 2; WAA 2; Women's Judiciary 2. 3. 



Ida Ruth Hedspeth, B.S. Pendleton 

Social Studies and English 

2. 3. 4; YWCA 1. 2, 3. 4: 



Florence Mae Helms, B.S. Portsmouth, V 
Business Education 



Johnny C. Helms, B.S. Monroe 

Physical Education and Social Studies 

WCTC 1; Band 1, 2. 3; Vice President 1: Men's Glee Club 
1, 3, 4: Vice President 1 and President 4: International Re- 
lations Club 3. 4; EPO 3: Business Manager 3: APO 3. 4: 
Secretary 3 and President 4: Cadet Officer's Club 3. 4: Circle 
K 4: Sports Editor East Carolhtian Summer 1952. 



Frank M. Hemingway, B.S. 

Pre-Medical 



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Peggy Ann Hill, B.S. Atlantic Beach 

Primary Education 

Abram Norman Hines, B.S. Holly Ridge 
Business Education 

WilminKton College 1; BSU 3. 4; Treasurer 4. 



E. J. Hines, B.S. Holly Ridge 

Business Education 

WilminKton College 1, 2: BSU 3. 4. 

Gladys Mae Hinson, B.S. Whiteville 

Grammar Grade Education 



Betsy Jane Hobgood, B.S. Oxford 

Grammar Grade Education 

WAA 1. 2. 3, 4: Social Committee 1, 2; Teachers Playhouse 

" :>.; FTA 3, 4; Wom.-n's Judiciary Vice Chairman 3: Chair- 
man 4' President Cotten Hall Summer 1953: Inter-religious 
Council 4; SGA 4: Who's Who among Students r ' 
I'tiir, rsties ")ifl Colleges. 



Drusella Bain Hodges, B.S. Kinston 

Grammar Grade Education 

Cheerleader 1 2: WAA 1. 2: YWCA 1, 2. 



Robert Fields Hodges, B.S. Kinston 

Physical Education and Social Studies 

Varsity Basketball 1. 2. 3, 4; Varsity Football 1. 2, 3. 4; Co- 

captain Football 4: Varsity Club 1, 2, 3. 4; President 4: Prest- 
.1, „i Wilson Hall 2; Men's Judiciary 2: SGA 2. 4; Phi Sigma Pi 
3. 4; Sgt.-at-Arms 



Who among Stii.l, 



Laurie Jane Holmes, B.S. Whiteville 

Primary Education 



Martha Raye Honeycutt, B.S. Salisbury 
Grammar Grade Education 

Catawba 1, 2; FTA 4. 

Ray S. Hood, B.S. Woodbury, N. J. 

Music 




Major Irving Hooper, B.S. Stumpy Point 
Gramma?' Grade Education 

Varsity Club 2. 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; YMCA 3: Circle K 3, 4. 

Marietta Hooper, B.S. Elizabeth City 

Music 

Music Education Club 1, 2. 3. 4; YWCA 1, 2. 3. 4: College 
Choir 1. 4: East Carolina Orchestra 2. 3, 4; Women's Chorus 
nist 3. 



Jerry L. Horner, B.S. Bailey 

Physical Education and Social Studies 

Freshman Basketball 1; Cadet Officer's Club 2, 3. 



Lula Ann House, B.S. 

Primary Education 

ACE 1. 3. 4: FTA 3. 4. 



Alta Marie Houser, B.S. Gastonia 

Art and Social Studies 



Dorothy Jean Howard, B.S. Garland 

Physical Education and English 



Mattie Evelyn Huber, B.S. Kinston 

Grammar Grade Education 

International Relations Club 1: Weslev Players 1, 2, 3. 4; 
Treasurer 2: Secretary 2; Wesley Foundation 2, 3, 4; President 
4: Women's Chorus 3, 4: ACE 4; YWCA 4; Inter-Religious 



Betty Jane Huffman, A.B. Salisbury 

Spanish and English 



Charles Eugene Huffman, B.S. Thomasville 
Physical Education and English 

Basketball 1. 2. 3, 4; Circle K 2, 3. 4; Varsity Club 2. 3. 4: 
Phi Siema Pi 3. 4; SGA Vice President 4: Who's Who among 
Students in American Universities and Colleges. 



Cleo D. Huffman, B.S. Salisbury 

Primary Education 

Catawba College 1. 2; YWCA 3, 4. 



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Ray A. Hylton, A.B. Greensboro 

Business Education 



Alice Dixon Jackson, B.S. Godwin 

Home Economics and Science 



Susan Imogene Jennette, B.S. Mount Olive 
English and Library Science 



Blonnie Ella Johnson, B.S. Greenville 

Social Studies and Library Science 



John Benton Johnson, B.S. Rocky Mount 
Business Education and Social Studies 

YMCA 1. 2. 3, 4; Commerce Club 1, 2. 3. 4: President Summer 
School 1953: Cadet Officer's Club 2, 3; College Choir 2, 3: 
Veteran's Club 2. 3. 4: Alpha Phi Omega 3. 4; Secretary 4; 
Circle K 3, 4: Teachers Playhouse 3, 4: Edgecombe County 
Club President 4; SGA 4. 



Melva Elizabeth Johnson, B.S. Harrells 

Primary Education 

YWCA 1, 2. 3. 4; ACE 1. 2, 3. 4; FTA 1. 2. 3, 4. 



Miriam Johnson, B.S. Wilmington 

Primary Education 

Wilmington College 1; ACE 3, 4: BSU Council 3. 4. 

Sally Grey Johnson, B.S. Garland 

Grammar Education 



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Edna Faye Jones, B.S. Williamston 


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Business Education and English 


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Commerce Club 1, 2, 3: YWCA 1. 2. 3. 4: East Carolinian 2, 3. 
4: Assistant Hnsimss Manager ::. 4; Teachers Playhouse 2, 3. 4; 
FBLA 4: Class Treasurer 4. 


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Commerce Club 1. 2. 3; YWCA 1. 4: Fleming Hall Secretary and 
Treasurer 3; FBLA 4; Class Treasurer 4. 


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Larlie Mae Jones, B.S. Milton 

Primary Education 

FTA 1, 2, 4; ACE 3. 4: YWCA 4. 

Paul Ed Jones, B.S. Thomasville 

Physical Education and Mathematics 

Baseball 1. 2. 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4; Men's Judiciary 4. 



Russell Pascal Jones, B.S. Salemburg 

Physical Education and Science 

Louisburg College 1, 2. 

Susie A. Jones, B.S. Halifax 

Physical Education and English 



Wade H. Jordan, A.B. Edenton 

Science 

Buccaneer 1; Math Club 1. 2, 4; Teachers Playhouse 2, 3: Science 

Club 2, 3. 4: Vice President :',: Chi Beta Phi 3. 4; President 4; 
Who's Who luimij Students in American Unicersities and Cul- 



Royce Claybourne Jordan, A.B. Washington 
Social Studies and English 

International Relations Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Vice President 4: Young 
D.-iihK-iats Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Executive Council 3. 4: College Dehat. 
Team 2, 3, 4; Jarvis Forensic Club 2, 3. 4; President 2; SGA 
2. 3, 4; Class Piesident 3, 4; Who's Who among Students in 
iversities and College*.. 



Edith Marie Jowdy, B.S. Washington 

Prima)'!/ Education 

High Point College 1. 



Betty Jane Jurgensen, B.S. Wilmington 

English and Social Studies 



Joan Vivian Kelly, B.S. Sunford 

Grammar Grade Education 



Peggy H. Kennedy, B.S. Kinston 

Grammar Grade Education 




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Nancy Lou Kesler, B.S. Fuquay Springs 

English, and French 

Knglish Club 1. 2. 8, 4; Treasurer 2; Sigma Pi Alpha 2. 8, 4: 
President 4; YWCA 1. 2, 3, 4; Teachers Playhouse :). 4; Whltt 

11/,., among Student* m ,l»,„„„ r«,v,r»,Y„« „„,/ c,M. a ,». 



Carl Willis King, B.S. Farmville 

Physical Education and Social Studies 

Basketball 1. 2, 3; Drum and Bugle Corps 2, 3. 



James L. King, B.S. Wilmington 

Science and Mathematics 

Science Club 1. 2, 3: Chi Beta Phi 3, 4. 



Leland Jewel King, B.S. Turkey 

Social Studies and English 



Charlie A. Klutz, B.S. Henderson 

Business Education and Social Studies 



Collegians 1, 2. 3, 4; Lead 


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2; College Choir 1, 2; Va 


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Committee 3; Cadet Office 


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Omega 3. 4; President 4 


President of Slay Hall 4; Home- 


coming General Chairman 


4: SGA 4; Who's Who among Stu- 


dents in American Univer 


itics and Colleges. 



Coletta Mae Lahr, B.S. Goldsboro 

Grammar Grade Education 

Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3; Council 2. 3. 



Barbara Ann Lamm, B.S. 

Women's Chorus 2: YWCA 3: ACE 3. 



Lucama 



William Worth Lamm, B.S. Lucama 

Physical Education and Social Studies 



James Richard Langston, B.S. Winterville 
Business Education 

Billy Britten Laughinghouse, B.S. Greenville 

Social Studies and English 

Band 1: Men's Day Student Member at Large 1. 2; Cadet 
Officer's Club 2. 3. 4; Phi Sigma Pi 2. 3. 4; Corresponding 
Secretary :',: Circle K Club 3, 4; SGA 3. 4: Secretary Budget 
Committee 3: Treasurer 3. 4: Chairman 4; Executive Council 
4; H7io's Who among Students in American Universities and 
Colleges. 




Floyd Taff Lefler, B.S. Mt. Gilead 

Distributive Education and Social Studies 

Julianne Leimone, B.S. Burgaw 

English and Spanish 



James Harry Limer, B.S. Warrenton 

Social Studies and English 

YDC 1, 2, 3, 4: Kappa Delta Pi 4; Student Advisory Board 4. 



Aubrey Lee Little, B.S. Ayden 

Science 

Science Club 1, 2. 3, 4. 



Winterville 



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Ruth Branch Little, B.S. 
Music 

Women's Chorus 1; College Choir 1, 2. 3, 4; Music Education 
Club 1. 3, 4; East Carolinian Reporter 3; College Sinners :', . 
College Band 4. 



Elsie Howard Livingston, B.S. St. Pauls 

English and Library Science 

YWCA 1: English Club 1. 2: BSU 1. 2. 3, 4. 



Norma Gail Long, B.S. Myrtle Beach, S. C. 
Art and Music 

English Club 1. 2, 3. 4: WAA 1. 2: FTA 1, 2. 



Aileen Lovelace, B.S. Zebulon 

Primary Education 



Thomas Ray Lupton, B.S. Greenville 

Mathematics and English 

East Carolinian 1. 2. 3; Assistant Editor 1 and Editor-in- 
Chief 2, 3; Buccaneer 3, 4: Co-Editor 4; Circle K Club 2, 3, 4; 
Board of Directors 4: Phi Sigma Pi 3, 4; SGA 2. 3. 4: Execu- 
tive Council 2. 3. 4; Inter-Religious Council 2. 3; Publications 
Board 2, 3. 4: Cadet Officer's Club 2. 3: Men's Judiciary 3: Men's 
Day Students Vice President 2. 3; County Club President 3; 
Who's Who among Students in American Universities and Col- 



George Frank Lyons, B.S. Greenville 

Social Studies and English 

SGA 4; Chairman Advisory Committee 4. 



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John Wesley McAden, Jr., B.S. Washington 
Physical Education and Social Studies 

Campbell College. 

James S. McCormick, B.S. Ayden 

Social Studies and Physical Education 



Ann Heath McCrary, B.S. Durham 

French and Spanish 

Canterbury Club 1. 2. 3, 4: Secretary 3; Buccaneer Staff 3; 
Sigma Pi Alpha 2, 3. 4; Teachers Playhouse 2. 3, 4: ACE 1; 

h'.asl Carolinian Staff 1. 



Donald C. McGlohon, B.S. Winterville 

Business Education and Social Studies 

Men's Day Students Association 1, 2, 3; President 3: Pi Omega 

Pi 2, 3. 4: President 4; Circle K 2. 3, 4: President 4: Men's 

.lu.li.-iary 3, 4: SGA 3. 4: Who' a Who nnioiuj Stud, ntx in Ameri- 
can Universities and Colleges. 



Mark Standi McGlohon, B.S. Winterville 
Industrial Arts and Social Studies 



Winifred Jeanette McGlohon, B.S. Willard 
Primary Education 

YWCA 1, 4: ACE 1, 2. 3. 4. 



LaRue W. McKinney, B.S. Scranton 

English and Library Science 

2, 3. 4; YDC 1, 2; Secre- 



E. Wayne McLamb, B.S. Newton Grove 

Mathematics and Science 



Kathryn McLawhorn, B.S. Grifton 

Grammar Grade Education 

FTA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

William Gilbert McLeod, B.S. Fayetteville 

Social Studies and English 

English Club 2; Veterans Club 3; Teachers Playhouse 3, 4. 




Agnes Vann McLemore, B.S. Henderson 
Primary Education 



Vera Belle McNeill, B.S. Burlington 

Grammar Grade Education 



Peggy White Madry, B.S. Scotland Neck 
Primary Education 

Meredith College 1: College Choir 1; ACE 3. 4. 

Agnes Faye Mallard, B.S. Trenton 

Primary Education 



Margaret Ann Mansfield, A.B. Edenton 

Physical Education and English 



Clyde V. March, B.S. Rocky Mount 

Industrial Arts and Science 

SGA Summer 1953; Social Committee. 



Magdalene G. Marshall, B.S. Englehard 

Business Education and English 

Commerce Club 1. 2: Pi Omega Pi 3. 4. 

Susie Ann Marshall, B.S. Englehard 

Home Economics 

Transfer 1, 2: Wesley Foundation Council 3; Buccaneer Class 
Editor 3. 4: FTA 4; Home Economics Club 3. 4; House Presi- 
dent Faculty Dormitory 4; SGA 4; Women's Judiciary 4: 
County Club Secretary 3. 



David L. Martin, B.S. Cramerton 

Physical Education and English 

Golf 1, 2, 3, 4: Varsity 2, 3, 4; Cadet Officer's Club 8, 4. 

Clara L. Mason, B.S. Swan Quarter 

Home Economics 





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Edna Marie Massad, B.S. Benson 

Spanish and English 

English Club 1. 2. 3: Sigma Pi Alpha 1. 2. 3. 4; Teachers 
I'hivhiHise 2. 3. 4: EiiHt Carolinian 2. 3. J; Business Manager 
2. 3; Catholic Discussion Club 3. 4. 

Moulton B. Massey, Jr., A.B. Greenville 
Business Administration 

Varsity Club 2, 3; Commerce Club 1. 2. 3, 4; Coif 1. 2, 3. 



Ethel Lee Massengill, B.S. Four Oaks 

Home Economics 

Home Economics Club 1, 2. 3, 4: YWCA 1, 2; FWB Fellowship 
3. 

Dolores Ann Matthews, B.S. Henderson 

Music Education 

College Band 1. 2, 3: College Choir Accompanist 1, 2: Orchestra 
1, 2, 3. 4: Freshman Counselor 2: E. C. C. Azalea Festival 
It. -in-.-.-.. -mative :;; Mii.'if Education Club 1, 2, 3: Secretary 3; 
ll'/io'« Who among StudmtH in Amrriran Cm r, rmlim and Col- 



Albert V. Medlin, B.S. Virginia Beach, Va. 
Social Studies and English 



Rufus Farrell Memory, B.S. Clarkton 

Science 

Jarvis Forensic 3; Science Club 4. 



Doris Mae Messer, B.S. Dunn 

Grammar Grade Education 

English Club 1, 2, 3, 4: FTA 2. 3. 4. 

Patricia Lina Miller, B.S. Kill Devil Hill 
Business Education 

Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; FBLA 1. 2. 3. 4. 



Jean Lewis Mohorn, B.S. Enfield 

Home Economics 

Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 1. 2, 3. 

Alma Lou Moore, B.S. Durham 

Primary Education 

House Committee 3; Vice-President Fleming Dorm 4: Inter- 
national Relations Club 2. 3, 4; ACE 2. 3. 4: Marshal 4: Col- 
lege Choir 1 ; Aquanymphs Club 3. 4. 








Barbara Jean Moore, B.S. Raleigh 

Grammar Grade Education 

Meredith College 1: President Cotten Hall 2: Chairman 
Women 1 * Judiciary S; SGA 2. 3, 4; FTA 2: ACE 4: WAA 2. 
3. 4; Who's Who among Students in American Universities 
and Colleges. 

Peggy Hamilton Moore, B.S. Greenville 

Grammar Grade Education 



Orvis Ray Mumford, B.S. Grifton 

Mathematics and English 



Joyce Dare Murdock, B.S. Durham 

Physical Education and English 



Eva Lynnette Murphy, B.S. Rose Hil 

English and French 

English Club 1. 2. 3: Teachers Playhouse 2. 3, 4; Secretary I 
4; YWCA 1. 2. 3, 4: Cabinet 4: Marshal 2; Wesley Foundatioi 
1. 2, 3. 4; Sigma Pi Alpha 2. 3. 4: Fleming Hall House Com 
mittee 4: FTA 4. 



Donnell Mayo Muse, B.S. Tarboro 

English and Social Studies 

Davidson College 1: FTA 2; East Carolinian Staff 3: Inter- 
national Relations Club 3; YDC 3. 4; Vice President 4; Senior 
Class Vice President 4; SGA 4; Who's Who among Students in 
American Universities and Collegea. 



Peggy Lou Nash, B.S. Durham 

Business Education and English 

Commerce Club 2: Pi Omega Pi 3. 4: Historian 3; Vice Presi- 
dent 4; Who's Who among Students in American Univ> n>tit s 
and Colleges. 



Walter Leo Noona, Jr., B.S. Norfolk, Va. 

Band 1, 2. 3. 4; Orchestra 1. 2. 3. 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi 
Sigma Pi 2. 3: Music Education Club 1. 2. 3, 4; Who's Who 
among Students in Amtrican l' tireersities and Colli ges. 



Sabra Jane Nunalee, B.S. 

English and French 

English Club 1. 3: Sigma Phi Alpha 3. 



Sue C. Oswald, B.S. 

Business Education 



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Richard Napoleon Ottaway, A.B. Wilmington 
English and Social Studies 

Canterbury Club 2, 3, 4; Phi Siema Pi S, 4. 

Betty Ray Outlaw, B.S. Elizabeth City 

Primary Education 



Kathleen Baun Ownley, B.S. Elizabeth City 
Mathematics and Science 

Math Club 3, 4. 

Edward Earl Parker, B.S. Maysville 

Physical Education and Social Studies 

Veterans Club 3; Varsity Club 1. 



Frances Louise Parker, B.S. Pendleton 

Social Studies and English 

International Relations Club 1. 2. 3. 4: YWCA 3; English Club 



Janie Margaret Parker, B.S. Dunn 

Grammar Grade Education 

BSU Council 1. 2: YWCA 1. 2, 3. 4: Treasurer 3; FTA 2; 
IV.-sident Fleming Hall 4; Women's Judiciary 4; SGA 4: 
YDC 3, 4. 



David James Pennington, B.S. Lucama 

Science 

Science Club 3. 4; APO 3. 4. 

Robert E. Pennington, B.S. Rocky Mount 
Industrial Arts and Science 

Industrial Arts Club 1, 2. 3. 4: President 3: Science Club 2, 3. 
4: Varsity Club 1, 2. 3. 4: SGA 3: APO 3. 4: Corresponding 
Secretary 4; Football 1: Cadet Officer's Club 2. 3, 4; Who's Who 
among Students hi American Universities and Colleges. 



Tommy Garth Perry, B.S. Bailey 

Physical Education and Social Studies 

Mary Frances Peterson, B.S. Harrells 

Primary Education 




Mary Lou Phillips, B.S. Warsaw 

Grammar Grade Education 

Andrew J. Pickett, B.S. Durham 

Physical Education and Social Studies 

Appalachian 1; Basketball 2; YMCA 3, 4: Commerce Club 2. 



Thomas Everett Pierce, B.S. Rocky Mount 
Social Studies 

YDC 2, 3. 4; YMCA 1, 2; Music 1; Band 1. 2. 3: Orchestra 

1. 2. 3: Teachers Playhouse 3. I; International Relations Club 

2, 3, 4: Ca.let Officer's Club 3. 4: Wesley Foundation 3. 4; Wes- 
ley Players 2, 3, 4. 



James Allen Piner, B.S. Beaufort 

Physical Education and Social Studies 

I; Varsity Club 2, 3. 4; Cadet 



Laura Frances Pope, B.S. 

Music Education 



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Campbell College 
President of Mus 
SGA 4. 



Marcellus Blackman Pope, B.S. Greenville 
Physical Education and Social Studies 

Varsity Club 2; Veterans Club 3, 4; Campbell College 1. 



Joanna Powell, B.S. Raleigh 

Primary Education 

Meredith College 1; YWCA 2, 3, 4; ACE 3, 4. 

Elbert Matthew Prescott, B.S. New Bern 
Business Education 

Commerce Club 1, 2, 3: FBLA 4; FWB Fellowship 1, 2, 3. 4: 

President 1, 2. :'.; I titer- Religious Council 1, 2. :S; Cade; Officer's 
Club 2. 3. 4: Secretary 3: Alpha Phi Omega 3. 4; YMCA 2, 3, 
4; Cabinet 4; College Choir 2; Varsity Glee Club 2. 3. 4; YRC 
2. 3. 



Anne Toler Proctor, B.S. Rocky Mount 

Primary Education 

ACE 1, 2. 3. 4; FTA 1, 2, 3. 4: YWCA 1, 2. 3. 

Sylvia Gay Proctor, B.S. Rocky Mount 

Home Economics 

rnational Relations Club 












Frances Ann Radcliffe, B.S. Pantego 

Science 

Science Club 1. 2. S, 4: Chi Beta Phi 3. 4: Vice President 
4: WAA 1. 2. 3. 4: YWCA 1. 2. 3: FTA 3; DSF 2. :l; Kapi.u 
Delta Pi 4. H'W» H'/in nmnwfi Stiul.-nti in At 

title* and College*. 

Dorothy Ragland, B.S. 

Home Economics 

Home Economics Club 1, 2. 3, 4. 



Oxford 



Elisabeth Ramsay Ralston, B.S. Washington 
Spanish and English 



Delphia Tyson Rawls, B.S. Robersonville 
Home Economics 

DSF President 3: Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3; Secretary 2: 
YWCA 1. 2, 3: Science Club 1, 2: Inter-Religious Council 3: 
Teachers Playhouse 2, 3; YDC 2. 3: Women's Judiciary Sum- 



David Taylor Reed, Jr., A.B. Plymouth 

Business Education and Social Studies 



Jessie Ann Rice, B.S. Sanford 

Primary Education 



Mary Gwendolyn Richardson, A.B. 

Washington 

Social Studies and Spanish 



Kathryn Thompson Rickards, B.S. 

Washington 

Home Economics 

Home Economics 1, 2. 3. 4: YWCA 1, 2. 3. 



Emily Jane Rivenbark, B.S. Rose Hill 

Home Economics 



M. Jenette Rivenbark, B.S. Watha 

Mathematics and Social Studies 

Math Club 1. 4: International Relations Club 2. 4: YWCA 2. 4. 




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William Barry Rogers, B.S. Tabor City 

Physical Education and Social Studies 




Cadel IIIBn-r's Club 3; APO 



Sidney Payne Rogerson, B.S. Aulander 

Physical Education and Social Studies 



Josephine Dixon Ross, B.S. Ayden 

Home Economics 



Jo Ann Cothran Roueche, B.S. Salisbury 
Art and English 



Leon H. Rouse, Jr., A.B. Wilmington 

Geography and Science 



Shelby Eugene Russ, A.B. Wilmington 

Business Education 

Commerce Club 2. 3; Circle K Club 3. 4; Cadet Officer's Club 
3. 4: SGA 3. 4; Executive Council 3. 4: Vice Chairman Men's 



Gene Russell, B.S. Dover 

Business Education 



Mitchell Lee Saieed, A.B. Greenville 

Business and Social Studies 

Commerce Club 1. 2, 3: Jarvis Forensic 1; SGA 1. 3, 4; Vice 

President :l an. I President J: Varsity Debate Team 1. 2. 3: 
Parliamentarian Commerce Club 3: College Choir 3; Circle 

K Club ■>. i. 4: Phi Sigma Pi 2. 3. 4: Varsity Men's Glee Club 
2. 3. 4: Cadet Officer's Club ::. 4: President ,if Senate of NC 
State Student Legislature; Who's Who among Students in 
American Universities and CoUeaes. 



William C. Sanderson, B.S. Seven Springs 
Physical Education and Social Studies 

Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4: Varsity Club 2. 3. 4. 



Robert Towe Sears, A.B. Norfolk, Va. 

Geography and Social Studies 



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William Ray Sears, B.S. Greenville 

Science and Mathematics 

Jarvis Forensic Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Parliamentarian 1; Sgt.-at- 
Arms 1, President 3: Inter-Helurious ('..iui.il 1: Math Club I. 2: 
Varsity Debate Team 1, 2, 3; Cadet Officer's Club 8, 4; 
Science Club 3, 4. 

Josie Ray Sessoms, B.S. Lumberton 

Home Economics 



Leon Hampton Sewell, A.B. Wilmington 
Science and Social Studies 

Clayton W. Shakelford, B.S. High Point 

Eyiglish and Social Studies 



Mattie Boseman Shearin, B.S. Whitakers 
Primary Education 



Fred Louis Shelby, A.B. 
Science 

Science Club 1. 2, 3. 4. 



Goldsboro 



Mary Jane Simmons, B.S. Bessemer City 
English and French 

English Club 1. 2, 3, 4: East Carolinian Reporter 2: Vice 
I'rcsi.lent 4; Women's Chorus 1, E.C.C. Social Committee 1. 
2, 3. 4: Westminster Fellowship Council 1, 2, a, 4; Secretar\ 
4; YWCA 1. 2, 3. 4; Sigma Pi Alpha 2, 3, 4. 



John Piggott Sloan, A.B. 
Science 



Wilmington 



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Anne Veron Smith, B.S. Tarboro 

Primary Education 

ACE 1. 2. 3, 4: Westminster Fellowship 1. 2. 3. 4; President 

Creola Smith, B.S. Brunswick 

Business Education 

English Club 1, 2, 3. 4: FBLA 1. 2. 3. 4. 




Eston C. Smith, B.S. Wilson 

Physical Education and English 



Ellen Lucille Sprinkle, B.S. Asheville 

Music Education 



Julie Maxine Stanley, B.S. Elizabeth City 
Primary Education 

Commerce Club 1, 2; YWCA 1, 2, 3; ACE 3. 4: FTA 3, 4. 



George W. Starling, B.S. Greenville 

Music Education 



Cleo Richardson Stott, B.S. Greenville 

Primary Education 



G. Merle Sugg, B.S. Kinston 

Social Studies and English 



Edwin Charles Sutton, B.S. Kinston 

Science 

Science Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Chi Beta Phi 3, 4. 

Geraldine Swindell, B.S. Belhaven 

Business Education 

Commerce Club 1, 2. 4; Pi Omega Pi 4. 



Janet E. Swinson, B.S. Mt. Olive 

Primary Education 



Charles Edgar Tadlock, B.S. Windsor 

Physical Education and Social Studies 

Class President 1: Intramural Basketball 1; Varsity Baseball 
1; County Club President 1, 2, 3: SGA 1. 2. 3. 4; Social Com- 
mittee 3. 4: Cadet Officer's Club 3. 4. 




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Lena Maxine Taylor, B.S. Sea Level 

Grammar Grade Education 

FTA 1, 2. :i. 4; Secretary-Treasurer Summer School 1963; Vice 

I'r.-si.iei.t I: Teii.-h.-rs Playhouse 1, 2, 3. 4: YWI'A 1. 2. ::. 1. 
Cabinet 1, 2; President Summer School 1968; Vnv President 4. 

Glenna Clark Thomas, B.S. Leaksville 

Primary Education 

ACE 8, 4; Wilson Hall Treasurer 4. 



Sarah Elizabeth Thompson, B.S. Goldsboro 
Business Education and Social Studies 

Secretary Women's Judiciary 2; Point System Committee; SCA 

Treasurer Summer Srhi.nl l'.I.Vi: Jarvis H.ms. I '..mm il 1 ,-,■ I 
Assistant Eiliti.r K,,«t Canilnnun Summer 1952. 



Wilbur Paul Thompson, B.S. Whitakers 
Physical Education and Social Studies 



Varsity Club 2, 



Baseball 1, 2, 3, 



Barbara Ann Tilley, B.S. Fuquay Springs 
Physical Education and Science 



Mona Jay Toler, B.S. Washington 

Primary Education 

WAA 1, 2. 3. 4; ACE 1. 3. 4; Buccaneer Staff 2, 3. 4: FTA 4. 



George Marion Tucker, B.S. Monroe 

Physical Education and Mathematics 



Lois Ann Tucker, B.S. Greenville 

Science 



Seienee Club 1. 2. 3, 4; Vi. 



sident 4; Chi Beta Phi 4. 



Victor Johnson Tucker, B.S. Magnolia 

Business Education and Social Studies 

Commerce Club 2, 3: Teachers Playhouse 2, 3. 4; FBLA 4 



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William Lester Tucker, B.S. Winterville 

Physical Education and Social Studies 



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Lydia C. Turner, B.S. Conway 

Social Studies and English 




Relations Club 2, 3. 



Janice Newsome Turpin, B.S. Farmville 
Primary Ed neat inn 



Linwood N. Tyndall, B.S. Greenville 

Business Education and Social Studies 

YDC 3. 4; FBLA 4: Pi Omega Pi 4. 

Julian R. Vainright, A.B. Greenville 

Business Education 

Band 1; Baseball 1, 2: Cadet Officer's Club 2. 3; Canterbury 

President 3: FBLA 1. 2. 3. 4: President 4; Alpha Phi Omega 
3: Circle K Club 2. 3. 4: Secretary 4; SGA 3, 4: Chairman 
Point System Committee 3; Phi Sigma Pi 3, 4; Vice President 4. 



Lois B. Vicars, B.S. Greenville 

English and Social Studies 



Herman Conley Vinson, B.S. Clayton 

Business and Social Studies 



Irma Wainwright, B.S. Grifton 

Business Education and English 

English Club 1; YWCA 1, 2: Commerce Club 2. 3. 4: Pi Omega 
Pi 3, 4. 

Betty Rose Walker, B.S. Whiteville 

Social Studies and English 



Jane Bond Wallace, B.S. Windsor 

Gramma)- Grade Education 



Helen Louise Walters, B.S. Rocky Mount 
Grammar Grade Education 

FTA 1, 2, 3. 4. 



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Rodney Neale Walters, A.B. Wilmington 

Business Education 



Janet Adell Ward, B.S. Seven Springs 

Business Education 



Betty Jean Warren, B.S. Robersonville 

Grammar Grade Education 

FTA 2, 3; ACE 2, 3. 4; YWCA 2, 3. 4. 

Charlie H. Wentz, B.S. Asheboro 

Industrial Arts 

Alpha Phi Omega 2: Sgt.-at-Arms 2; Vice President 3: Indus- 
trial Arts Club 2, 3; Vice President 3; Chairman Campus 
Improvement Committee 3; SGA 3. 



Laura Chadwick West, B.S. Warsaw 

Primary Education 

Women's Chorus 1; ACE 4. 



Delia Frances Westbrook, B.S. Princeton 
Primary Education 

Maryland State Teachers College 1: FTA 3; ACE 4: YWCA 4. 



Dorothy Smith Whitehead, B.S. Oak City 

Business Education 



Bynum James Whitehurst, B.S. Greenville 
Distributive Education and Social Studies 



Betty Sue Whitfield, B.S. Hurdle Mills 

Music Education 



Thelbert Allen Whitt, B.S. Timberlake 

Business Education 

Louisburg Jr. College 1. 2. 




Vernie Bert Wilder, B.S. Nashville 

English and French 

YWCA 1, 2.; English Club 1, 2, 3, 4: FTA 1, 2. 3. 4: Sopho- 
more Counselor 2; Sigma Pi Alpha 2, 3. 4; Vice President M: 
Knelish Club Vice President 3: YDC 3. 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4; 
Who's Who among Students in American Universities and 
Colleges. 

Virginia Ruth Wilkes, B.S. Lumberton 

Business Education and Social Studies 

Jarvis Forensic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; BSU Council 2. 3; FBLA 4. 



Eugene Benjamin Williams, B.S. Kinston 

Business Education and Social Studies 



Gwen Williams, B.S. Oakboro 




Home Economics 




BSU Council 1. 2, 3. 4; Home Economics Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Vice 
President 3; President 4; Jarvis Forensic Club 2. 3. 4: Secre- 
tary-Treasurer 3; College Debate Team 3; SGA Secretary 
Summer School 1953: Phi Omicron; Who's Who among Stu- 
dents in American Universities and Colleges. 


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Science 

International Relations Club 1; Teachers Playhouse 2, 3; Science 
Club 2. 3, 4; Chi Beta Phi 3, 4. 


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President 3; Collegians 2. 3, 4; College Orchestra 
Manager Dance Band 3. 4; Alpha Phi Omega 3. 4; 
Committee 4; SGA 4. 



Chan man 4; Produ 



Trudy Carr Williams, B.S. 

Primary Education 



Wallace 



David Crowell Williamson, B.S. Whiteville 
Physical Education and Social Studies 





60 




Left to right: Ann Siler, Robert Band, Jane Kanoy, Kris Ander 



One of the biggest events on the college calendar each year is the 
Junior-Senior dance and banquet, and this year was no exception. Headed 
by Bob "Chicken" Nielson, the Junior Class this year has upheld the tradi- 
tion of past classes in fine style. 



Junior Class Officers 

Bob Nielson President 

Robert Baird Vice President 

Jane Kanoy Secretary 

Kris Anderson Treasurer 

Ann Siler SGA Representative 




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Jean Carolyn Allen Kinston 

Robert C. Allen Southport 



William Durward Aman, Jr. . . Jacksonville 
Kris Anderson. . Beach Haven, New Jersey 

Robert Lee Anderson, Jr Goldsboro 

Charles Hamilton Armstrong 

Elizabeth City 

Donald Miles Atkinson .... Elizabethtown 



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Marceline Aycock Black Creek 

Robert Grover Baird .... Roanoke Rapids 

Vernon Baker, Jr Colerain 

James Edgar Barbour Clayton 

Russell L. Barnes Winterville 

Marvin Eugene Baugh Warrenton 

James Perry Bazemore Greenville 

Charlie Benjamin Bedford Pikeville 

Dorothy M. Belch Colerain 

Peggy Joyce Bell Newport 

Elizabeth Brooks Biberstein .... Burgaw 
Lois Jean Bland .... Marlboro, New Jersey 

Bois Mae Bobbitt Como 

Betty Jane Boyce Jackson 

Emily Stewart Boyce Rich Square 

Ruth J. Boyce Tyner 

Betty Lois Boyette Selma 

Emma Jean Brake Rocky Mount 

Don Gerald Brannan Siler City 

Ben W. Britt Mount Olive 

James Ralph Britt Mount Olive 

Miriam Carolyn Brothers .... South Mills 

J. W. Browning Enfield 

Frazier Hughes Bruton Kinston 



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Carolyn Joyce Croom Rocky Mount 

Lester Bryant Croom Rocky Mount 

Patsy Cummings Macclesfield 

Giles Dail, Jr Kinston 

Harvey L. Davis, Jr Warrenton 

John Robert Davis Rocky Mount 

Lou Anne Davis Pink Hill 

Patricia Ann Dawson Belhaven 

Delia Love Dean Durham 

Geraldine Dixon Wallace 

Jane Badger Eason Stantonsburg 

Amelia Jean Eaton Franklinton 

Don Raby Edwards Greenville 

Shirley Jane Edwards Chicod 

Eddie Lee Elks Weldon ' 

Betty Ellington Washington 

Mrs. Eugene Emery Greenville 

Irving Newton Ennis Goldsboro 

Lorine A. Estes Charlotte 

Evelyn Ruth Eury Concord 

Peggy Joyce Faircloth Roseboro 

Mary Farless Merry Hill 

Alma Lee Faulkner La Grange 

Elma Harriet Fendley Fayetteville 

James Lee Ferguson Greenville 

Carolyn Elizabeth Finck . . Elizabeth City 

Gayle Flanagan Farmville 

Hugh Morris Flowers Frement 

Edward Milton Foley Greenville 

Jack Stanley Forlines Winterville 

Dallas Hayes Foscue Kinston 

Frances Downs French Norfolk, Va. 

Joan Marie Fulford Supply 

Nellie Rhea Gardner Nashville 



Junior 



66 



Paul Beasley Gay Saratoga 

Mary Eloise Gorliern Pine Level 

Keith Goodson Greenville 

Peggy Goodwin Apex 

Frances E. Greene Greenville 

Arthur Gregory, Jr Rockingham 

James Dalton Griffin Washington 

Mary Etta Guerrant Henderson 

Barbara Mae Guyton Wilmington 

Rachel Juanita Hagler Belmont 

Samuel Milton Hale Aulander 

Charlotte Grey Hales Stantonsburg 

Charles Sterling Hamilton Columbia 

Franklin M. Hamilton Fayetteville 

Frank Milton Hammond Wilmington 

James Hankins, Jr Leaksville 

Charles W. Harper La Grange 

Charles H. Harrell Greenville 

John Perry Harris Macon 

Sara Hannah Harris Greenville 

Alice Raye Hathaway Farmville 

John Thomas Hayes Durham 

Lillian Cecelia Haynes Goldsboro 

Cecil A. Heath Wilmington 

James Leroy Henderson Hubert 

Robert E. Hicks, Jr Deep Run 

Robert Pendleton Hilldrup 

Fredericksburg, Va. 

Jarahnee Trevor Hinson Clarendon 

Janet Hayes Hodges Washington 

David A. Holder Greenville 

Willie E. Holland Wilson 

Jane Hendon Holmes Bolton 

Theo Hollingsworth Kenansville 

Kenneth Maxwell Holt 

Colonial Heights, Va. 
Laura Lynn Horton Zebulon 



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Janie Marjorie House Scotland Neck 

Vernice Lee Howard Greenville 

Gilda Grey Hubbard Stedmon 

John W. Hudson Kinston 

Van Carlton Huggins Kinston 

Robert David Hunt Oxford 

Manly Wilbur Hussey, Jr. . . Seven Springs 

Nora Elizabeth Isles Thelma 

Genevieve Ivey Orrum 

Hannah Jackson Ayden 

Edward Earl Jernigan Windsor 

Ann McClenny Johnson Goldsboro 

Carolyn Sherlock Johnson . . Elizabeth City 

Kay Frances Johnston Nashville 

Linda Lee Jones Snow Hill 

Lucy Grey Jones Louisburg 

John Russell Joyner Farmville 

Robert Earle Julian Norfolk, Va. 

Martha Jane Kanoy Thomasville 

Anise Kelly . . Mount Olive 

Jean Carolyn Kemp Louisburg 

Claude Keith King Wilmington 

Donald Alford King Goldsboro 

James Ray Kirby Warsaw 

Laura Ann Kirven Sumter, S. C. 

Edwin McKay Lanier Chinquapin 

Delcie Jean Lassiter Four Oaks 

James David Lassiter Raleigh 

Janet Lloyd Latta Roxboro 

Anna Lou Laughton Beaufort 

Ned F. Lee Benson 

Nell Lee Williamston 

Janet Lewis Knightdale 

Willa Dean Lindsay Clinton 

Marjorie Faye McDougald Raeford 



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Tallulah Frances Marshbourne -'- ' V .. -^ >_ .^. 

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Anna Dickens Matthews . . . Camp Lejeune Mf^^W f ~ 1 ^P^^^W ^PST* 

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Iris lone Matthews . Aberdeen ™ w tI "^— 

Philip W. Mellon Winterville ^^^W ^^Bk^ ^^M^BeEE^^. .^^fl^^^^k .^^Ak'^^ 

Frank Hewette Melvin JH KM |^ " '" ^S B^H I ^Al I ^B fll 

John Leckman Milligan Tabor City F^ v^'^l>S ^P*^H r^\ df : ^\ 

Anne Troy Mitchell Fairmont * «S - Wl^" W « * " V C^ " P tf-» «^W 

Jean Ann Mobley Robersonville ~ 7 - - V m Jm 

Nancy Lu Moore Farmville ^^^k^"'^^^ ^^. j»^^ * ^^^LP^.^^^. ^L.^ W. 

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Martha Benton Moye Greenville W** 1 ^lm HsT ~ r SB * I 'J" 5 * *r 

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Janice Mae Penny Raleigh ^ -— ' — > ^ iL."~ ^ Jf 

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Rebecca Gail Plemmons Raleigh 

John H. Price, Jr Tarboro 

Ruth Proctor Pinetops 

Iris Olivia Rabon Southport 

Mildred Marie Reynolds Columbia 

Donald Gilbert Rhodes Windsor 

Floyd Rhodes Columbia 

James Walter Ridge Asheboro 

Nancy Evelyn Riley Wilson 

Percy E. Rogerson Hertford 

William Howard Rooks Turkey 

George Bearnard Rose .... Newton Grove 

Mildred Joyce Rouse Kinston 

John Quincy Sanders Fayetteville 

Eleanor Bryan Sanderson Kinston 

Charles Edward Satterwhite . . . Farmville 

Dixie Rose Sawyer Elkin 

Jackie Merle Sears Greenville 

Sally Jennette Sedgwick . . Elizabeth City 
Margaret Ann Sellger Leechville 

Frances Harlan Sigmon Greenville 

Ann de Lee Siler Siler City 

Daniel Singletary Elizabethtown 

A. Louis Singleton Plymouth 

Paul Lester Singleton Plymouth 

Patrick O'Connell Skidmore . Mount Gilead 

Ralph Parkinson Smiley Greenville 

Atwood Russell Smith Kinston 

Grace Irene Smith Willard 

Guilford Coffield Smith, Jr. 

South Charleston, W. Va. 

Ted Page Smith Roxboro 

Vivian Patricia Smith Greenville 

James Kenan Spell Turkey 

Clara Harris Spencer Elizabeth City 

Emma Jean Spencer Swan Quarter 



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70 



William Riley Spencer Draper 

Jean Kathryn Stephenson Seaboard 

Mary Augustine Stephenson Como 

Elbert R. Stokes Greenville 

Robert Delano Stokes Greenville 



Walter Clyde Straughan, Jr. 

Rocky Mount 
William Glenn Strickland . . . Bell Arthur 

Amos T. Stroud, Jr Kinston 

Virginia Jane Stroud Deep Run 

Betty Frances Sutton Greenville 



Norwood Mac Talton Pikeville 

Ernestine Taylor Deep Run 

Mitzi Sue Taylor Greenville 

William F. Taylor Robersonville 

Sallie Little Thigpen Scotland Neck 



Bobby Tubby Thomas Henderson 

E. A. Thomas, Jr Wilmington 

C. Jean Thorne Wilson 

Cecelia Lou Tripp Shallotte 

H. Dean Tripp Grifton 



Hazel Garris Tripp Greenville 

Veryl Trueblood Goldsboro 

Mary Jane Tucker Winterville 

Nancy Geraldine Tugwell Farmville 

Betty Joan Turner Kinston 




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Ruby M. Underhill Selma 

Betty Helene Vaughan Elm City 

Harriet Ward Williamston 

Betty Gwyn Watson New Bern 



John Robert Watson Greenville 

Luby Shelton Weaver Mount Olive 

James Boyd Webb Gastonia 

Charles B. West Dunn 

Margie Ruth West Stantonsburg 






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Eunice Marvina White Winfall 

Mary Lee Whitfield Hurdle Mills 

Rachel Jones Whitfield Kinston 

Josephine E. Whitley Washington 

Lloyd Oliver Whitley Pinetops 

Melva Jane Wiggins Tyner 

Shirley Wiggins Goldsboro 

Percy Wilkins, Jr Goldsboro 

Mary Ann Williams Newton Grove 

Betty Sue Williamson Southport 

Robert Franklin Williamson . . Kenansvills 

Carolyn Willis Marshallberg 

William Sherrill Willis Coats 

Mildred Henderson Wood Roxboro 

Dorothy Ann Wooten Clinton 



Boys in the AFROTC get briefed 
before they take an exam. 



This is what the basement of the Wright Building looked 
like as the student union was being built. 




72 




Left to right: Bruce Phillips, Phyllis Eisele, Ann Bowles, and Gary Scarboro. 

Bruce Phillips heads this year's Sophomore Class of approximately 
460 persons. Some of these members will be lost this year, as there are 
nearly 75 two-year business students in the group. 



Sophomore Class Officers 

Bruce Phillips President 

Gary Scarboro Vice President 

Phyllis Eisele Secretary 

Janet Watson Treasurer 

Ann Bowles SGA Representative 

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first row: Thomas M. Adams, Parmele; Halvor Gerald Adcock, Durham; Helen 
Mae Alexander, Creswell; Milton B. Allen, Durham; Elbert Leton Alligood, Davis; 
Betty Elaine Alphin, Greenville; Pauline Frances Armstrong, New Bern; Judith Ann 
Arrington, Sanford; Roy Kendrick Askew, Elizabeth City. 

second row: Anna Kinard Avant, Whiteville; Bobbie Lou Avant, Whiteville; Phillip 
Alva Averette, Greenville; Glenn Alden Bagley, Kenly; Virginia C. Baise, Raleigh; 
Anne Airlee Barbour, Four Oaks; Sue Evelyn Barbour, Fayetteville ; Thomas Jeffress 
Barnett, Jr., Raleigh; William Cornelius Barnhill, Robersonville. 

third row: Dorothy Deen Barnwell, Prospect Hill; Edgar Paschall Barrett, Farm- 
ville; Mary Campbell Barwick, Kinston; Barbara Lou Batchelor, Greenville; Blanche 
Elizabeth Bateman, Rocky Mount; Arthur Truwick Baugh, New Bern; Betty Beam, 
Plymouth; Mary Dunn Beatty, Greenville; Kenneth T. Bellamy, Supply. 



Sophomore 



fourth row: Charles A. Benson, Swansboro; Sudie Faye Benton, Cerro Gordo; 
Anthony Owen Bessellien, Wilmington; Thomas Burton Blizzard, Deep Run; Erolyn 
Jenkins Blount, Nashville; Emil Edward Boado, Wilmington; Andrew Howell Bone, 
Greenville; Jean Carol Bordeaux, Burgaw; Kenneth R. Bordeaux, Mount Olive. 

FIFTH ROW: Edna Earle Bostic, Pink Hill; Edgar Gerald Bowen, Plymouth; Lawrence 
Daniel Bowen, Greenville; D. Ann Bowles, Wilmington; Clifton E. Boyd, Aurora; 
Joseph Sherril Boyette, Fayetteville; James Donald Bradford, Fayetteville; Barbara 
Ann Braswell, Nashville; Robert Clayton Bright, Macclesfield. 

sixth row: James Walter Briley, Greenville; James Alexander Brinson, Grantsboro; 
Nellie Catherine Brock, Wade; Grace Dawn Broome, Washington; Clarence Emmet 
Brown, Jr., Hickory ; fyohn Wesley Brown, Hickory; Mary Susan Brown, Magnolia; 
Sue Carolyn Brown, Hamlet; Erma L. Browning, Enfield. 



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FIRST row: Marv Ann Brvan, Kittv Hawk; Bettv Jean Buchanan, Raleigh; George 
H. Bulla, Fayetteville; Annie Ruth* Bullard, Sanford; M. Carolyn Bullard, Fayette- 
ville; Doris Eron Bulluck, Palmyra; Barbara M. Burnham, Elizabeth City; Ronald 
C. Butler, Tarboro; George Martin Caffrey, Elizabeth City. 

second row: Janice Omega Cannon, Grifton ; Betty Jo Carroll, Greenville; Doris 
Fay Carroll, Benson; Robert Edison Carter, Williamston; Commodore Ernest Caswell, 
Whiteville; Henry Vernon Cashwell, Garland; Andrew W. Caudill, Tarboro; Robert 
Maxwell Chambers, Salisbury; Peggy Ruth Cherry, Williamston. 

THIRD ROW: Richard Foley Cherry, Washington; Billy Harvey Civils, New Bern; 
Elsie Carol Clapp, Whitsett;* James Preston Clark, Tarboro; Thomas Edward Clemmons, 
Wilmington; Billy Donald Cline, Gastonia; Jimmy Dale Clowers, Winston-Salem; 
Bryan Dee Coats, Benson; Alice Louise Coburn, Bethel. 



fourth ROW: Barbara Ann Coghill, Henderson; Charles Earl Coker, Pinetops; Ken- 
neth Leroy Cole, Kinston; Goldie Caroline Coley, Saratoga; William Marshall Cost- 
ner, Gastonia; Shirley Stanley Council, Wilmington; Charles Douglas Cox, Tabor 
City; Emma Jean Craft, Pinetops; Frances Joam Crawford, East Rockingham. 

fifth row: Mary Elizabeth Crawford, Greenville; Jane Mann Credle, New Holland; 
Laura Blount Credle, New Holland; Flora Jean Creech, Snow Hill; Paige Turner 
Creech, Warwick, Va.; Peggy Jovce Creech, Smithfleld; Lannie Gertrue Crocker, 
Selma; Rhetta Ann Crocker, Smithfleld; Jeane Elizabeth Cullifer, Bethel. 

sixth row: Charlie W. Daniels, Tarboro; Clara Sue Daniels, Jacksonville; Elizabeth 
A. Dann, Wilmington; Helon Doris Darden, Faison; Lillian Faye Daughtry, Faison; 
Betty June Davenport, Tarboro; Jean Marian Davenport, Creswell; Doris Harriet 
Davis, Carthage; Irvin W. Davis, Jr., Davis. 



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first row: Margaret Ann Davis, Graham; Patricia Lucille Davis, Raleigh; Ruby 
Catherine Davis, Scotland Neck; Ruth Hocutt Dawson, Portsmouth, Va.; Frank 
Carroll Dees, New Bern; John Burt Derreckson, Jr., New Bern; Chester B. DeSavigny, 
Greenville; Grady Gresham Dickerson, Henderson; Sarah Ruth Dixon, Willard. 

second row: Donnie L. Dudley, Beaufort; Lawrence Dunning, Aulander; Jeanne 
Kayren DuPree, Angier; Margaret Moore Eason, Sharpsburg; Sallie Hortense 
Easterling, Swan Quarter; Martha Swann Eaton, Franklinton; Norman Lee Edgerton, 
Kenly; Edmond O'Brien Edwards, Chocowinity; Glenda Millie Edwards, Beulaville. 

third row: Martha Perrv Edwards, Franklin, Va. ; Nell Blount Edwards, Greenville; 
Phyllis Eileen Eisele, Statesville; James Hargette Ellerbe, Rockingham; Paul Dean 
Emmett, Gastonia; Laura Grace Ennis, Dunn; Robbie Hayes Eure, Gates; David 
Arthur Evans, Norfolk, Va.; Margaret Gold Evans, Greenville. 



Sophomore 



fourth row: Joel Underwood Farrar, Gastonia; Willi Faye Ferrell, Lucama; Molly 
Ann Finch, Henderson; James Lloyd Fish, Willow Springs; William Darron Flowers, 
Fremont; Mary Jacquclyn Forehand, Wanchese; Drexel Mae Forsyth, Ahoskie; Jackie 
Foss, La Grange; Jerry Fouts, Winston-Salem. 

fifth row: Sadie Muriel Francis, Conway; Donald Basnight Freeman, Plymouth; 
Lessie Eugenia Gaddy, Clinton; Lela Ann Gardner, New Bern; Hazel Elizabeth 
Garner, Roanoke Rap'ids; James E. Garrett, Rockingham; Franklin Allen Garris, 
Greenville; Juanita Garris, Ayden; Dorothy Bvone Gay, Walstonburg. 

sixth row: Julia Isabelle George, Winston-Salem; Sara K. Giles, Linden; Dorothea 
Joyce Gillikin, Beaufort; William K. Glover, Jr., Dover; Patricia Agnes Goodwin, 
Mi'llington, Tenn.; Joseph C. Grady, Kinston; Frances Nail Graham, Greenville; Mary 
Elizabeth Grant, Goldsboro; Virginia Herring Grant, Seven Springs. 



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first row: Benjamin C. Gray, Trenton; Pattie Sue Grimes, Wendell; David Clarence 
Gurkin, Williamston ; Alfred John Habit, Edenton; Franklin Ide Hall, Wilmington; 
Kenneth Dwight Hall, Rockwell; Charles Thomas Hamilton, Beaufort; William 
Kenneth Hardee, Wilmington ; George T. Hardison, Williamston. 

second row: Hilda Rae Harrell, Edenton; Thomas Lane Harrell, Macclesfield; Sara 
Margaret Harrington, Fairmont; Betty Kaye Harris, Halifax; Jo Anne Harriss, 
Southern Pines; Launa Alice Harris, Roper; William M. Han'is, Plymouth; Harry 
D. Hayes, Wilmington; Jennie Lee Hayman, Pantego. 

third row: Rachel Ann Heath, Kinston; Nancy Carolyn Henderson, Hubert; James 
Curtis Hendrix, Greenville; Emma Jean Henrv, Selma; Lois Faye Hewett, Supply; 
Charlotte Anne Hicks, Clinton; Leetta Bell Highfill, Greensboro; Milford P. Hill, 
Chocowinity; Janie Fields Hinson, Walstonburg. 



FOURTH row: Hazel Anna Holleman, Winston-Salem; Frances Carolyn Horton, Apex; 
Mabel Frankie House, Hobgood; Margaret Ann Hudson, Newton Grove; Walter Lee 
Humphlett, Winfall; Janie Farrar Hunt, Henderson; Billy Rogers Hutchison, Green- 
ville; Nathan Council Hyman, Oak City; Richard Earl Ivey, Roanoke Rapids. 

fifth row: Margaret D. Jackson, Belhaven; Bryan D. Jennings, Fairmont; William 
Frank Jennings, Elizabeth City; Alyce Neal Johnson, Fairmont; James E. Johnson, 
Jr., Tryon; Laura Frances Johnson, Kinston; Peggy Allen Johnson, Durham; Shirley 
Faye Johnson, Fairmont; Robert Jerrold Johnston, Draper. 

sixth row: Carolyn Elizabeth Jones, Albemarle; Gracie Marie Jones, Kinston; 
Lesley Blanche Jones, Greenville; Mary Ann Jones, Kinston; Mary Joyce Jones, 
Whiteville; Fred I. Joseph, Greenville; Max R. Joyner, Greenville; Freddie Claire 
Kendrick, Henderson; Jean Ann King, Greenville. 



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first row: Joyce Ann King, Harrells; Barbara Helen Kinney, Raleigh; Thomas 
Lewis Kirkman, Jamesville; Virginia A. Knott, Creedmoor; Emily Knox, Leland; 
Lee Victor Landing, Plymouth; Edgar Earl Lane, Roxobel; Felix Franklin Lane, 
La Grange; Faye Lanier, Burgaw. 

SECOND ROW: Gene D. Lanier, Conway; Sharon Inez Lanier, Chinquapin; Julia M. 
Lasater, Grimesland; Ruth Anne Lassiter, Four Oaks; Shirley Jean Lassiter, Four 
Oaks; John William Latta, Jr., Mebane; Elsie Leigh Lawson, Orrum; Barbara Ann 
Lecroy, Nashville; Jo Anne Lee, Four Oaks. 

third row: John William Lee, New Bern; Charles B. Lewis, Richlands; Eileen 



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Lilley, Gatesville; Bryan Bonner Litchfield, Aurora; Marvin Little .Winter- 
rbara Jean Lloyd, Oxford; Mary Ann Loughlin, Southport; Billy Eugene 
iurlington; Carol Lee Lucas, West End. 



fourth row: Murray Bud Lynch, Washington; T. Parker Maddrey, Seaboard; Mary 
Alice Madry, Scotland Neck; Mavie Agnes Mangum, Lillington; Betty Gene Mann, 
New Holland; Hilda Eloise Maready, Chinquapin; William Parker Marks, Speed; 
Mary Anne Marshbourne, Spring Hope; Elma Rose Marshburn. 

FIFTH ROW: John Wayne Martin, Washington; Carolyn Currie Matthews, Sanford; 
William Fleming Matthews, Enfield; Dottie Ann Matthews, Castalia; Corinne D. 
Matthis, New Bern; Alice Roberta Mattox, Smithfield; Pearl Hogan May, Durham; 
Arthur Irving Maynard, Wilmington; Lou Mayo, Greenville. 

sixth row: Maurice Allen Mayo, Aurora; Don S. McAllister, Wilmington; Jane 
Ayers McCormick, Fairmont; Raymond Clinton McGhee, Raleigh; Roy William Mc- 
Ginnis, Jr., Morven ; Betty Lois McGowan, Greenville; Justus L. McKeel, Bethel; 
William T. McLean, Mount Olive; Ethel Poe Mercer, Washington. 



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first row: John A. Messick, Greenville; Jan Mitchell, Hillsboro; Sam Doug Mitchell, 
Greenville; Carolyn White Moore, Fountain; Geraldine Moore, Walstonburg; Peggy 
Lou Moore, Franklinton; Shirley Patricia Moose, Salisbury; Sarah Louise Morris, 
Kinston; Gerald Edmund Murphy, China Grove. 

second row: Patsy Jean Myrick, Littleton; Jodie Kathleen Neal, Louisburg; Norma 
S. Newby, Greenville; Arthur Sinclair Newman, Henderson; Russell Simpson New- 
man, Leaksville; Marie Nicholson, Vaughan; Shirley Marquerite Noble, Deep Run; 
Vincent Boyce Oglesby, Morehead City; Harold Gene O'Kelley, High Point. 

third row: Edward Peter Oliver, Milford, Conn.; Sue O'Neil, Windsor; Anne Byerly 
Outland, Woodland; Kathleen Mae Overby, Warren Plains; Donald Overman, Gib- 
sonville; Minnie Davis Overman, Goldsboro; Dorothy Lee Overton, Washington; 
Robert G. Owens, Rocky Mount; Relmond Otis Pace. 



fourth row: Mary Elizabeth Packer, Warsaw; James D. Page, Williamston; Alice 
Faye Parker, Farmville; Jimmie E. Parkin, Beaufort; Virginia Rose Parnell, Red 
Springs; George Thomas Pate, Bridgeton ; Sylvia Jean Pate, New Bern; Roberta 
Patton, Marion; Robert Grady Penley, Elon College. 

fifth row: Earl Hanson Peterson, New Bern; R. Jean Phelps, Greenville; Audrey 
Dovis Phillips, Trenton; Bruce Marshall Phillips, Raeford; George Thomas Phillips, 
Scotland Neck; Lois Adair Phillips, Warsaw; William E. Phillips, Trenton; Carol 
Ann Pitt, Pinetops; Clara Frances Poe, Varina. 

SIXTH row: Donnie Del wood Pollard, Benson; Barbara Louise Poole, Raleigh; Marilyn 
Glenn Poole, Raleigh; Wilburn Rupert Pope, Winston-Salem; James Arthur Porter, 
Jr., Lynchburg, Va.; Rita H. Potter, Chocowinity; Edward Turner Powell, Beaufort; 
Furney Powell, Vanceboro; Grady Moses Prevette, Ringgold, Va. 



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first row: Marvin Roland Pridgen, Wilson; Sara Loretta Priest, Council; Jeanne 
Frances Pritchard, Elizabeth City; Anne Elizabeth Pully, Kinston; Thomas Edward 
Rabon, Winnabow; Harvey Graham Rainey, Salisbury; Stanley Grey Rawls, Aulander; 
Peter M. Raymer, Asheville; Jane Ellen Riley, Fuquay Springs. 

second row: Ruth White Robbing, Greenville; Raymond Amlek Robertson, Williams- 
ton; Gwendolvn Robinson, Belmont; Mariann Roebuck, Robersonville; John Russell 
Rogers, Jr., Williamston ; George Ronnie Rose, Goldsboro; Charles Ray Ross, Green- 
ville; Frances Anne Rountree, Hobbsville; Shirley Ann Saieed, Greenville. 

third row: Mary Wilkerson Sasser, Wilson; Gary Lee Scarboro, Kinston; Dorothy 
Jeneie Searcy, Valdese; Jean Faye Sermons, Greenville; Caroline Joy Sesler, Ports- 
mouth, Va.;*Ross Alfred Shaheen, Jr., Jackson; Billy Williams Sharber, Elizabeth 
City; Mary Valeria Shearon, Varina; Johnnie Shelton, Rocky Mount. 

fourth row: Suzanne Morgan, Wilmington; Evelyn Mae Sherman, Fuquay Springs; 
Patricia Lynn Shipp, Wilmington; Doreta Evans Simpson, Bath; James Blount 
Slack, Pinetown; Earl Conrad Sloan, Chinquapin; Betty Lou Small, Greenville; Billy 
Thomas Smith, Zebulon; Frances Joyce Smith, Robersonville. 

fifth row: H. W. Smith, Jr., Ayden; Jimmie David Smith, Jr., Rocky Mount; Joyce 
Deal Smith, Wilson; Kathrvn Ward Smith, Wilmington; Trilby Lee Smith, Green- 
ville; Frank Blades Spitzer, Greenville; Doris Leone Spivey, Tabor City; Susie Barrett 
Spivey, Windsor; Patricia Ann Stanley, Greenville. 

sixth row: James Rosmond Stanley, Washington; Charles Cole Staines, Wilmington; 
Helen Joseph Stevens, Wilmington; Mary Lou Stewart, Broadway; Shelton Eugene 
Stewart, Sanford; Anne McVey Starghan, Siler City; Barbara Ann Strickland, Clin- 
ton; Margaret Ann Strickland, Halifax; Betty Sue Sugg, New Bern. 






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FIRST ROW: Mary Joyce Sugg, Snow Hill; Beverly Ann Sumner, Wilmington; Jean 
Eloise Sutton, La Grange; Miriam Lenell Sutton, Newton Grove; Karen Marie Swan, 
Southport; Vivian Rea Talley, Wilmington; Anna Macon Taylor, Chocowinity; Atwood 
Bruton Talyor, Kinston; Evelyn Harrison Taylor, Kinston. 

second row: Patricia Taylor, Williamston; Shirley Marie Taylor, North Harlowe; 
Charles Royal Tedder, Bladenboro; Jean Stuart Tetterton, Greenville; Ann Jean 
Thompson, Windsor; James L. Thompson, Durham; James Carl Thomas, Raleigh; 
Jo Ann Thomas, Winston-Salem; Janice Joan Thompson, Smithfield. 

third row: Barbara Ann Tilley, Greenville; James William Todd, Warsaw; Samuel 
Neal Trueblood, Washington; Joan Joyce Tucker, Moyock; Margaret Lee Tucker, 
Vaughan; Minnie Louise Turner, Wadesboro; Garland Wayne Tuton, Whiteville; 
Evelyn Sills Tyler, Greenville; Dorothy E. Tyndall, Durham. 

FOURTH row: Louie L. Tyndall, New Bern; Donald Umstead, Leaksville; Mary Jane 
Upchurch, Four Oaks; Edith Florine Vaughan, Elm City; Jerry McLain Wallace, 
East Rockingham; Jo Sue Wallace, Aberdeen; Virginia Carolyne Wallace, Jamesville; 
Victor Bernord Waller, Kinston; Ben A. Ward, Williamston. 

FIFTH row: Frances Grey Ward, Nakina; Gene Marion Ward, Edenton ; Janice 
Elaine Warren, Spring Hope; Hilda A. Waters, Greenville; William Bryan Waters, 
Bath; Janet McNeill Watson, Greenville; Olga Tona Watt, Sumter; Philip Anthony 
Weaver, Whiteville; Ann Webb, Pinetops. 

sixth row: Handy O. West, Dunn; Joe Jesse White, Roper; Nancy Hart White, 
Greensboro; Robert Charles White, Whiteville; Shirley Anne Whitehead, Scotland 
Neck; Henry Narman Whitener, Portsmouth, Va.; Nancy Lyon Whitfield, Creedmoor; 
Zeb Olaman Whitford, Ayden; Melvin Vaden Wilkerson, Sims. 



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first ROW: Betty Sue Williams, Jackson; Carol Jeanne Williams, Kinston; Charles 
Stuart Williams, Greenville; Garland F. Williams, Jr., Clarendon; George Neil 
Williams, Rocky Mount; Iris Gray Williams, Erwin; June Robles Williamson, 
Princeton. 



SECOND ROW: Shirley Jocelyn Williamson, Clarkton; Louis Jasper Williford, Jr., 
Farmville; Joyce Carol Willis, Sea Level; Julian F. Willis, Atlantic; Weston Earl 
Willis, Davis; Annie Lillian Wilson, Graham; Hatrie Ruth Wilson, Dunn. 



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THIRD ROW: Helen Maxine Wilson, Morganton; Talmadge Joseph Wooten, Hamlet; 
Sue Carol Worthington, La Grange; Sylvia Ann Wyrick. Gibsonville; Dorothy Jean 
Yarborough, Wilmington; Marjorie Florence Yarborough, Sanford; Bobby R. Young, 
Garner. 



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This year the Frosh class was the largest on record with 857 students, 
60 more than last year. As they began their four years of college life they 
chose Jim Winstead as their leader. Many of them have already shown 
their interest and ability in extra-curricular activities. 



Freshman Class Officers 

Jim Winstead President 

Joyner Brooks Vice President 

Helen Bland Secretary 

Jean Fisher Treasurer 

Bea Burnette SGA Representative 




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Max G. Abernathy Fuquay Springs 

Peggy Elizabeth Abbott Grifton 

Iva Dean Alberty Dobson 

Edith Francoise Alexander Roper 

David Lawrence Alford Wilmington 

Shirley Ann Alford Burlington 

James Claude Allen Farmville 

William Justise Alston Littleton 

Fred Coombs Anders Durham 

Robert Wilkins Anderson Cavel 

Hilda Gray Apple Gibsonville 

Avis Alston Armstrong New Bern 

Gretchen Irene Askew Goldsboro 

Nonie Atkinson Cove City 

Helen Elizabeth Austin Clayton 

Judith B. Ayers Oak City 

Wilbur Marion Bailey Selma 

Shirley Gay Baker Merry Hill 

Robert A. Baldree Morehead City 

Ed Vance Baldwin, Jr Hallsboro 

Greenville Banks, Jr Maple 

Phyllis Jo Barbee Asheboro 

Emily Mae Barden Clayton 

Peggy Ruth Barfield Dunn 

Betty Carol Barnes Spring Hope 

Jimmy Myers Barnes Kenly 

Shirley Morgan Barnes Wilson 

Jay Franklin Barrington Grimesland 

Stephen Gaylord Basnight, Jr. . . . Manteo 
Mozelle Bass Spring Hope 

Robert Ervin Baucom Rockingham 

Betty J. Baysden Ernul 

Eugene Murray Beacham Aurora 

Virginia Ann Beaman Snow Hill 

Harold Thompson Beck Asheboro 

Daniel Beddard Richlands 

Bonnie Rae Bennett Freeland 

Jimmy Cornelius Bishop Cramerton 

Mildred Blackburn Monroe 

James Lowell Blake Jacksonville 

Betty Mae Blanchard Warsaw 

Helen Hayes Bland Burgaw 

Bruce Calloway Blevins Kinston 

Marilyn Nell Blinson Clayton 

Peggy Joyce Blue Carthage 

Wilma Grey Blue Carthage 

Jacqueline Ann Boado Wilmington 

Arthur Franklin Bodkin Greenville 

Willa Rae Bowen Rocky Mount 

Sammie Jane Bowman Germantown 

Marjorie Ellis Boyd Winterville 

Onnie Burrell Boyd Washington 

Sylvia Lolita Boykin Sims 

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Carroll Brown Bradley Jackson 

Thomas G. Brady Raleigh 

Margaret Frances Brake . . . Rocky Mount 

Dorothy Elaine Branch Greenville 

Faye Larkin Branch Winterville 

William Clyde Bridgers Ahoskie 

Billie Joyce Briley Chicod 

Lindsey Ray Briley Greenville 

Vivian Marie Brinson Wallace 

Martha Lou Brisson Dublin 

Margaret Ann Brite Elizabeth City 

Zilphia Elizabeth Britt .... Newton Grove 

Barbara Lee Britt Richmond, Va. 

Dorothy Ann Britt Ahoskie 

Sara Parkin Brook Beaufort 

Carol Marguerite Brooks . . Camp Lejeune 

Henry Allen Brooks Harkers Island 

Richard Joyner Brooks Raleigh 

Joyce Broome Aurora 

Barbara Jane Brothers South Mills 

Bonnie Mae Brown Greenville 

David Gordan Brown Plymouth 

Douglas L. Brown East Rockingham 

Geraldine C. Brown .... East Rockingham 

Betty Jean Bryan Garner 

Doris Mae Bryan Lumberton 

Jennings Bryan Raleigh 

Retha Bryan Kitty Hawk 

Alice Vernita Bryant Cerro Gordo 

Sarah Alice Bryson Apex 

Nancy Warren Buck Grimesland 

Alfred Bradshaw Bulla Asheboro 

Robert Lee Bunch, Jr Edenton 

Clyde Mathew Burgess Belhaven 

Beatrice Louisa Barnette Tarboro 

Shirley Ann Burrus Thomasville 

Betty Jo Butts Angier 

Richard Morgan Byrd Bunnlevel 

Democa Jane Byrd Durham 

Jerry B. Cahoon Manteo 

William Earl Cain Rockingham 

Edith Carol Cameron Sanford 

Patty Marie Carr Clinton 

Velma Jordan Carroll Bolton 

Samuel David Carson Williamston 

Jean Britt Casey Goldsboro 

Edward Quince Cashwell Garland 

Eunice Frances Castellow Conway 

Janice Rose Cayton Grimesland 

William Arthur Chadwick . . Jacksonville 

Lloyd Ralph Chason Rocky Mount 

Cecil Clifton Cheek Roxboro 

Thomas Mack Cherry Everetts 

Waverly Chesson Washington 



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Helen Joanne Clarke Siler City 

Bessie Lou Coleman Ash 

Sara Ann Coley Wilmington 

Marilyn Evans Collins Henderson 

Sarah Louise Collins Greensboro 

Mary Elizabeth Colwell Turkey 

Catherine Ann Cook Durham 

Margaret Nadine Cook Clark 

Nancy Ann Cooke Dunn 

Patricia Ann Cope Hope Mills 

Miriam Eleanor Copeland Greenville 

Barbara Ann Corbett Pinetops 

Barbara Jean Corbett Greenville 

Bobby Ray Cousins Kinston 

Benjamin Lyle Cox Pollocksville 

Carol Ann Cox Kinston 

Elizabeth Ann Cox Oak City 

Jesse Thomas Cox Washington 

Lemuel Howard Cox Four Oaks 

Walter L. Cox, Jr Greenville 

Allen R. Craig Spring Hope 

Charles Cranford, III Asheboro 

June Frances Crews Creedmoor 

Crisanto Solis .... Matagalpa. Nicaragua 

Annie Doris Critcher Oxford 

Nancy Kearns Crouse Lexington 

Robert Thomas Crumpler Goldsboro 

Ruth Elizabeth Crumpton Roxboro 

Anna Miller Crutchfield Durham 

Lorraine Cullom Roanoke Rapids 

Finley Donald Curtis Gibsonville 

Bettie Jean Dameron Pelham 

Emma Frances Daniel Snow Hill 

Joan Daniels Kinston 

Laura Joan Daniels Wanchese 

Shirley Mae Daniels Wanchese 

Shirley Susan Darden Clinton 

Hettie Mildred Daughtry Faison 

Robert S. Daughtry Clinton 

Fred Allen Davenport Plymouth 

Shirley Anne Davenport Tarboro 

Herman Davis Conway 

Paul Davis Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Samuel Avery Davis Richmond, Va. 

Thomas Oliver Davis Erwin 

Nancy Marie Day Angier 

Richard Henry Denton Tarboro 

Barbara Jean Dixon Greenville 

Virginia Woodhouse Dixon . . . Wilmington 

Vivian Dale Doughtie Whitakers 

Elizabeth Ann Dowdy Greenville 

Samuel Henry Dunlap Laurinburg -, , 

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Dwight Arland Eatmon Raleigh 

Janie Ruth Edmonson Bethel 

Robert Bruton Edmonson Bethel 

William Mack Edmondson, Jr. . . Kinston 
Jean Harvey Edwards Snow Hill 

Joan Doris Edwards Sharpsburg 

Peggy Ann Edwards Clarkton 

James Woody Elkins Clarkton 

Howard Ellis Winterville 

Alice Faye Etheridge Engelhard 

Marie Etheridge Manteo 

Shirley Carolyn Eubank Maysville 

Shirley Janet Eure Hertford 

Amos Ray Evans Greenville 

Delaine Evans Beulaville 

Marion Murray Evans New Bern 

Virginia Elizabeth Everson . . Washington 

Ralph E. Ferguson Charlotte 

Jimmy Ferrell Lucama 

Preston Lamuel Fields Greenville 

Jean Fisher Wilmington 

Frances Parker Fitts Siler City 

Louise Fitsgerald Selma 

Edwin Darrell Fleming Enfield 

Judith Jo Ann Flowers Elm City 

Bennie Carol Fogleman Gibsonville 

Ann Berry Fordham Snow Hill 

Ida Rouse Fordham Albertson 

Mary Jane Forrest Greenville 

Lois Anne Fowler Raleigh 

Jack Martin Frank Plymouth 

Barbara Joan Freeman Laurel Hill 

Frances Louise Freeman Plymouth 

Margaret Lou Frye Carthage 

Doris Eloise Fulghum .... Roanoke Rapids 

Richard Ellis Fuller Greenville 

Jean Anne Futrell Woodland 

George Manley Gaddy Wilmington 

John Thomas Gaines Goldston 

Donald Gene Gargis Raleigh 

Frances Wynnette Garner .... Greenville 

Shirley A. Garner Franklinton 

Peggy Mae Garrett Julian 

Mary Catherine Garris Deep Run 

Robert Lee Garris Washington 

Betty Sue Gay Bunn 

Peggy Ann Gay Whitakers 

Robert Jerome Gay Walstonburg 

Bernice Joyce Gaylord Pantego 

Ann Boston George Richmond, Va. 

Harry B. Gerock Atlantic 

James Howard Gill Raleigh 

George Washington Gillette . . Jacksonville 



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Freshman 



Oscar Benton Gilley Leaksville 

Bessie Janet Glenn Elizabeth City 

Harvey Vanbuern Godfrey, Jr. . . Sanford 

Joyce Feme Godwin Ahoskie 

Dorothy Jean Gooch Franklinton 

Sherrill T. Goodman Dunn 

Marian Jeanette Goodwin Edenton 

Dorothy Ada Gossett Enfield 

Annie Lois Grady Mt. Olive 

Paul Graham Greenville 

Edgar Poe Gray Hopewell. Va. 

Charles LaVerne Greene Farmville 

Fan P. Green Zebulon 

James Boyd Greeson Gibsonville 

Loretta K. Griffon Dover 

Shirley Ann Gunn Providence 

Jo Ann Gupton Louisburg 

Shirley Ann Gupton Areola 




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Peggy Jean Gurkins Asheboro 

Peggy Ann Guthrie Varina 

John Truett Hall Harrels 

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Ruffin Clarence Hall Selma ■'.-_.... • 

Sally Patricia Hall Fayetteville 

Sylvia Lee Hall Watha 

William L. Hamilton, Jr Raleigh 

Suzanne Hardison Jamesville 

Kay Pilley Hargrove Weldon 

Shirley Ray Hargrove Snow Camp 

James Delbert Harrell Aulander 

Mary Norma Harrell Oak City 

David Lee Harris Graham 

Eddie Nathan Harris Williamston 

Grant Rudolph Harris Thomasville 

Joy Ann Harris Washington 

Mary Ann Harris Hertford 

Edwin Francis Harrison Goldsboro 

Nanette Harrison Williamston 

Jesse Frank Harry Grover 

Francis Eugene Hart Oxford 

Frances Anne Harvey Littleton 

Robert Nelson Haskins New Bern 

Bobby Gene Hathaway Farmville 

Eugene Hayman Coinjock 

Virginia Blanche Hearne Mt. Gilead 

Edna Janet Heath Cove City 

John Kinsey Heath Kinston 

Barbara Ann Heckstall Windsor 

Jean Arden Heflin Spring Hope 

Bill Charles Helms Monroe 

Emma Ruth Herman Enfield 

Bobbie Jean Herring Greenville 

Robert Lovette Herring Fremont 



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Betty Anne Hewett Shallotte 

Esther Lee Hickman Chocowinity 

Elizabeth Lackey Hicks Franklinton 

Selma Marlene High Wilson 

Ferne Lorraine Highsmith .... Greenville 
Charles Mormon Hill Jacksonville 

Tennielean Hill Rougemont 

Jo Ann Hill Elizabeth City 

Robert Edwin Hill Goldsboro 

Berit Kristine Hillesland 

Skudensharn, Norway 

Charles Danuel Hinson Farmville 

Betty Adeline Hinton Nashville 

Mathew Leonard Hitch Jacksonville 

Grace Nelson Hobbs Clinton 

Ronald Gray Hodge Jacksonville 

Edward Vernon Hodges .... Swan Quarter 

Sammie R. Hodges Grimesland 

Treasure Hodges Washington 

Martha Sue Holden Sanford 

Barbara Ellen Holler Greensboro 

Barbara Ann Holliday Jamesville 

Betty Jean Holloman Williamston 

Jerry Cecil Holt Graham 

Shirley Jean Holton Grantsboro 

Willie Carol Honeycutt Dunn 

Betty Lou Howard Kinston 

Catherine Ann Howard Kinston 

Kenneth L. Howard Pink Hill 

Nancy Faye Howell Greenville 

Rodger Howell New Bern 

William Daniel Hudson Dunn 

Charles Alan Huey Goldsboro 

Faye Daugherty Huggins Cove City 

Laurice Miller Hughes Stedman 

Mary Jim Hughes Ash 

Patricia Ann Humphrey Kinston 



Alice Gray Hunnings New Bern 

Christia Elizabeth Hunt Durham 

Edwin Lacy Hurst Greensboro 

Wilson Delmonte Hux Weldon 

Jacqueline Ipock Cove City 

Millie Summerlin Ivey Mt. Olive 



Elizabeth Ann Jackson Tarboro 

Harold Leon Jackson Dunn 

Patricia Anne Jackson Parkton 

Suebelle Jackson Dunn 

Harold L. James Rose Hill 

Janice Elizabeth James Stokes 

Lois Olivia James Ayden 

Lois Jennette Mt. Olive 

Benjamin Franklin Jessup, Jr. . . Wallace 

Betty Jean Johnson Magnolia 

Bruce Cannon Johnson Conway 

Elaine Johnson Southern Pines 



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Gertie Jean Johnson Kinston 

Hazel Elizabeth Johnson Clayton 

Jimmy Lee Johnson Pink Hill 

John Clifton Johnson Bolivia 

Martha Ann Johnson Benson 

Susan Margaret Johnson Clinton 

Walter E. Johnson Elizabethtown 

Carolyn Joyce Jones Elizabeth City 

Charlotte Gray Jones Nashville 

Diana Gail Jones Thomasville 

Jacqueline G. Jones Snow Hill 

Jean Allen Jones Raleigh 

Margaret Louise Jones Laurel Hill 

Margie Ruth Jones Snow Hill 

Mary Elizabeth Jones Wilmington 

Ray Warren Jones, Jr Manteo 

Ruth S. Jones Greensboro 

Sybil G. Jones Vanceboro 

Anwer Richard Joseph Greenville 

Julia Smith Joyner Snow Hill 

Paul H. Joyner, Jr Weldon 

Peggy Ann Judge Rocky Mount 

Polly Ann Kearney Snow Hill 

B. Franklin Keaton Belhaven 

Martha Velva Kellihan .... Cerro Gordo 

Mary Gwyn Kelly Mount Olive 

Tylon Moore Kermon, Jr... Rocky Mount 

Craig Lewis Kester High Point 

Thomas Devone King Clinton 

Sylvia Jeannette Kinlaw St. Pauls 

Ralph Williams Kirk Bath 

James Russell Knight, Jr Raleigh 

Roy Neil Knight Sanford 

Kathryn Ann Krider Manteo 

Milford Judson Lamb .... Elizabeth City 
Ralph Lee Lamm Wilson 

Shirley Ann Lamm Wilson 

Effie Elizabeth Lancaster Goldsboro 

Peggy Joyce Lancaster Fremont 

Betty Jean Lanier Beulaville 

David C. Lanier Chinquapin 

Donald Richard Larimore . Winston-Salem 

Max Russell Leach Asheboro 

Julia Perry Leary Edenton 

Helen Allene Lee Oriental 

Irma Gray Leggett Raleigh 

Patricia Jean Leichter Greenville 

Richard Carlton Leonard Erwin 

William Clifton Leonard Roxboro 

Catherine G. Lewis Beaufort 

Eloise McRee Lewis Elizabethtown 

Shirley Jean Lewis Mt. Olive 

Catherine von der Lieth .... Wilmington 
Francis E. Lilley Williamston 




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Shelton Earl Lilley Williamston 

Peggie Marie Limer Norlina 

Joseph Carroll Lina Davis 

Tanya Kathleen Lindsay . . Morehead City 

Jane Elizabeth Lingle China Grove 

Alton Dean Little Roanoke Rapids 

Betty Jean Little Winterville 

Jean Anne Liverman Winterville 

Esther Jane Long Roxboro 

Ralph 0. Lowrimore Davis 

George Tebo McArthur Grifton 

William Patterson McArthur . Fayetteville 

Dorothy Carole McCoy Kinston 

Ernest Lindley McFarland . . . Henderson 

Carol May Mclntyre Maxton 

Richard Thomas Mclntyre . . Rocky Mount 

Sally Jean McKay Elizabethtown 

Charles Frederick McKee Hamlet 

Linwood Wayne McKinney Scranton 

Joan Carolyn McKenzie .... Wilmington 
William Archiable McLauchlin 

Fayetteville 

Billy Powell McLawhorn Ayden 

Shirley Ann McLawhorn Grimesland 

Shirley Anne McLawhorn Grifton 

Nellie McPherson Clarendon 

Alta Ann Mallard Trenton 

Peggy Gold Mangum Walstonburg 

Bobby Mann Newport 

Helen Louise Mann Manteo 

Myrl E. Maness Mt. Olive 

Evelyn Arlene Manning .... Robersonville 

Fannie Lou Manning Bailey 

Ernest Haywood Marshburn . . . Richlands 

Paul Maskalenko Greenville 

Janice Marie Mason Swansboro 

Betty Jane Matthews Durham 

Sandra Yvonne Medford Burlington 

Margaret Anne Mellon Winterville 

Douglas Glen Mercer Washington 

Frances Jane Midyette Fairfield 

Shirley M. Miller Raleigh 

Jane Bryan Millikan Weldon 

William Donald Mills Maysville 

Marcia Annis Milne Rocky Mount 

Patricia Ann Mitchell . . . Roanoke Rapids 

Peggy Louise Mizelle Jamesville 

Jean Ward Mobley Williamston 

Barbara Earle Modlin . . Portsmouth, Va. 

Cecilia Ann Montjoy Raleigh 

Frank Leslie Moore Farmville 

Lillian Rebecca Moore Bridgeton 

Shirley David Moore Norlina 

Jean Armstead Moorefield . Richmond, Va. 
Leon V. Mooring Eureka 



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Nancy Carolyn Morgan Rockingham 

Billie Gray Morris Tarboro 

Gerald Dean Morrie Vandemere 

Annie Fay Morton Silverdale 

Amory McKinley Mullen Winton 

Rachel Quinn Mundine Newport 

Martha Lou Murphy Louisbui'K 

Clinton Rawls Murray Arapahoe 

Zebulon Baird Musgrave Pikeville 

Syble Louise Neese Mebane 

Robert Allen Nethercutt Clinton 

Fay Newton New Bern 

Shirley Anne Newton Farmville 

J. B. Nichols Greenville 

Annie Jeanette Noble Deep Run 

Estalene Nobles Tabor City 

Patricia Ann Oakey Wilson 

Delores Jean O'Brien . . Youngstown, Ohio 

Pauline Kerry O'Neal .... Lake Landing 

Robert Union O'Neal Bath 

William Meredith O'Neal Tarboro 

Avanelle Osborne Albemarle 

Evelyn Elizabeth Outlaw Kinston 

Peggy Anne Outlaw Kinston 

Peggy Ann Overman Goldsboro 

Leonor Eufermia Padilla 

Honduras, Central America 

William Floyd Paramore Greenville 

Carlton Robert Parker, Jr. . . Pollocksville 

Frances Marie Parks La Grange 

Rachel Marie Parsons Maysville 

Patricia Anne Patterson . . Scotland Neck 

Gwendolyn Paul Bath 

Gloria Pearce Willow Springs 

Joseph Romus Pearce Raleigh 

Raymond Edward Peedin Pikeville 

Rhoda Fay Peel Williamston 

Ferlon Adrienne Perkins Timberlake 

Jo Ann Phelps Aulander 

John Walter Phillips Sanford 

Judith Faye Phillips Scotland Neck 

Sara Jane Phillips Snow Hill 

Phyllis Jean Piner Beaufort 

Julius Fleming Pollard Bethel 

Martha Sue Pond Hamlet 

Unita Elizabeth Pope Greensboro 

Paul Popovs Kinston 

Eugene Marion Porter Whiteville 

Durward Wells Potter Jacksonville 

Audrey Powell Dover 

Jerry W. Powell Whiteville 

Luther Cabel Powell III Greenville 

Rachel Dell Powell Warrenton 

Robert Leroy Powell Kinston 

Vertie Mae Powell Enfield 







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Millie Allen Price Rocky Mount 

Charles Layton Priest Clarkton 

Sara Beth Purvis Florence, S. C. 

Patricia Anne Purvis Ash 

Betty Gould Quinn Beulaville 

June Allen Quinn Wallace 

Patsy Quinn Beulaville 

Retha Mason Radcliffe Pantego 

Elizabeth Ann Randolph Durham 

Catherine Raper Snow Hill 

Robert Miller Ratcliffe Pinetown 

Bobby Eugene Rawls Williamston 

Carl Milton Reardon Ervin 

Virginia Ann Reed Kinston 

Harmon E. Register, Jr Warsaw 

Jerry Porter Register Elizabethtown 

Marguerite Ann Register Rose Hill 

W. Harold Reynolds Supply 

Janice Faye Rhem Kinston 

Lowell Minton Rhodes Windsor 

Johnny Ray Rice Kinston 

Sue Richards Zebulon 

Julia Lynn Riddick Scotland Neck 

Frances Rebecca Riddle .... Rocky Mount 

Lawrence Cecil Roberson Henderson 

Lela Jane Roberson Greenville 

Russell Leo Roberson Williamston 

Edith Peatross Rogers Raleigh 

Sally May Rogers Wilson 

Kenith Rogerson Tarboro 

Rosemary Veronica Romanus . . New Bern 

Joyce Bernice Roscoe Albemarle 

Betty L. Rose Newton Grove 

Dottie Rebecca Rose Elkin 

Harold Leslie Rose, Jr Richmond, Va. 

Lois C. Rose Sea Level 

Pearl V. Rose Margarettsville 

Damaris Ross Garner 

Robert Spencer Ross New Holland 

Eva Lynda Rouse Seven Springs 

Patsy Ann Rowe Aurora 

Herbert Kenwood Royal Supply 

Marilyn Annette Russ Kelly 

Patricia Gayle Safrit Mt. Gilead 

Willie Carlon Salmon Littleton 

Betty Julia Salmons Back Bay, Va. 

Ammie Ray Sanderson Magnolia 

Bobby Joe Sasser Dover 

Sarah V. Sauls Raleigh 

Gloria Ann Sawyer Grantsboro 

Margaret Suzanne Seeley . . Elizabeth City 

Carol Anne Sellers Shallotte 

Mildred J. Sellars Grifton 

Billy Ray Sells Midway Park 



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Louis William Sewell Jacksonville 

Fred Earl Sexton Rocky Mount 

Joan Walker Sharpe Elm City 

David Whitman Shearin Littleton 

Charles Thomas Shirley Wilson 

Anna Maude Sholar Wallace 

Ellen Jeannette Sibbette St. Pauls 

Mary N. Siderie Greenville 

Betty Jean Sills Dunn 

Charles Vardell Simmons Kenly 

W. Elizabeth Simmons .... Bessemer City 
Hubert Grady Simonds New Bern 

Clayton Earl Sledge Roanoke Rapids 

Alma Louise Sloan Kittrell 

William John Slot Pantego 

Agnes Elizabeth Smith . . Connelly Springs 

Barbara Jean Smith Windsor 

Blanche Jeannette Smith Wilmington 

Bobbie Gail Smith Kinston 

Dock Garner Smith Princeton 

Evelyn Gray Smith Greenville 

Frances Darlene Smith Lillington 

John Leveren Smith Greenville 

John Wesley Smith Ash 

Johnnie G. Smith Kinston 

Joyce Lucille Smith Selma 

Loyce Smith Chocowinity 

Margaret Marie Smith Trinity 

Monroe Smith Bolivia 

Nancy Louise Smith Whiteville 

Robert Lee Smith, Jr Farmville 

Sally Joyce Smith Chocowinity 

Vernon Noel Smith Henderson 

James Winton Southeiland Magnolia 

Barbara Ann Speight .... Roanoke Rapids 
Francis R. Spencer Hamlet 

Lindo Terry Spencer Hamlet 

William Grant Spivey Jackson 

Rebecca Jane Stallings Louisbursr 

Betty Wrenn Stancil Erwin 

Marilyn Dewayne Stanley Nakina 

Roger Wilson Stanley Dunn 

Robert Franklin Stansbury .... Littleton 

E. Jacquelyn Stephens Raleigh 

Joyce Ann Stephenson Goldsboro 

Ann Elizabeth Stokes Greenville 

Alice Martha Stone Lumbertcn 

Mary Lou Stone Kittrell 

Dewey R. Straughn Clinton 

Silas Ezra Strickland, Jr. . . Rocky Mount 

William Ray Styons Plymouth 

Nancy Joan Suitt Durham 

Shirley Yvonne Summers .... Gibsonville 
Thomas Gene Sumrull Grimesland 




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Barbara Ann Sutton Durham 

Frances Lorraine Sutton Faison 

M. Jean Sutton Greenville 

Ollie D. Sutton La Grange 

Thelma Shore Swinson Warsaw 

Treva Burgess Tadlock Clinton 

Bessie Lou Tart Dunn 

Ann Carolyn Taylor Ahoskie 

Callie Gloria Taylor Siler City 

Gary Wells Taylor Magnolia 

Jeter Pritchard Taylor, Jr Trenton 

Kay Carolyn Taylor Fremont 

Robert Stickney Taylor, Jr Semora 

Robert D. Taylor Kinston 

Ruth A. Taylor Sea Level 

Sarah Elizabeth Taylor Greenville 

Shirley Geraldeen Taylor Lucama 

Janet Faye Teachey Rose Hill 

Wiley B. Teal Wadesboro 

Margery Leon Thigpen Windsor 

Bettye Louise Thompson .... Selma, Ala. 

Betty Ruth Thompson La Grange 

Harriette Ann Thornton Clinton 

James Arthur Tingle Alliance 

Dan Crawford Tippett Oxford 

Helen Ruth Torrans Warsaw 

Loyd Eugene Treadway Cramerton 

James Randolph Tripp Greenville 

Doris Carolyn Troutman Aberdeen 

Barbara Caroline Tucker Magnolia 

June Dale Tucker Moyock 

Mary Jane Tucker Grimesland 

Eula Virginia Tugwell Farmville 

June Carolyn Turner Greenville 

Stephen Walter Turner, Jr Pink Hill 

Richard Uzzell, Jr Goldsboro 

Charles R. Vandiford Farmville 

Sylvia Serle Vaughan Scotland Neck 

Peggy Anne Vause Tarboro 

Marie Georgia Vines Arlington, Va. 

Glenna Addison Walker Moyock 

Wilmer Dunn Walker Plymouth 



Edmond Otis Wall Ayden 

Joe Rex Wallace Clayton 

Helen Brown Walter Salisbury 

James Hulin Walton Lexington 

^ r ' Jo Ann Warren Robersonville 

Nancy Lou Watson Washington 



Larry Graham Wayne New Bern 

Marilyn Kay Weeks Fayetteville 

Robert Earl Weeks Enfield 

Sidney Allen Weeks Whitakers 

Thomas L. Wells Wallace 

Eleanor Joyce West Wilmington 



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Linwood Lee West Warsaw 

Alton W. Whaley, Jr Rose Hill 

Alice Dixon White Greensboro 

Judson Warren Whitehurst Stokes 

Linda Susan Whitehurst Greenville 

Barbara Jean Whitfield Kinston 

Edna Frances Whitfield Snow Hill 

Patsy Ann Whitfield Hurdle Mills 

John Dalton Whitford Grantsboro 

Shirley Anne Whitley Asheboro 

Janet Ruth Williams Elm City 

Kenneth Eugene Williams .... Washington 

Mary Ellen Williams Hookerton 

Maxville Burt Williams Enfield 

Peggy Ann Williams Beulaville 

Peggy Rose Williams Winterville 

Robert Frederick Williams Kinston 

Shirley Mae Williams Hookerton 

Ann Jacquelyn Wilkerson .... Lumberton 

Robert S. Wilkins Woodsdale 

Margaret Sue Willett Raleigh 

Frances Carolyn Williamson . . Chadbourn 

Ruth W. Williford Windsor 

Rebecca Ann Willis Raleigh 

Ann Rose Wilson Tarboro 

Donald Wesley Wilson Hamlet 

Larry Van Buren Wilson Weldon 

Martha Carolyn Wilson Mt. Olive 

Patricia Anne Wilson New Bern 

Shirley Jean Winborne Sims 

Jack Linwood Windley, Jr. 

Newport News, Va. 

Dorava Winstead Spring Hope 

James Lee Winstead, Jr Tabor City 

Kathryn Atkinson Winston .... Elm City 

Hannah Jane Wollett Essex 

Betty Lou Wood Gaffney 

Shirley Jean Wood Four Oaks 

Sheridan Ray Woodard Scotland Neck 

Bertha Mae Woodcock Atkinson 

Evelyn Maurice Woodlief .... Youngsville 

Lois June Woolard Greenville 

Frances Christine Worrell . . Rocky Mount 

Donald Ashe Worsley Wallace 

Darrell Vernon Worthington . Winterville 

Elaine Worthington Winterville 

Sam Otis Worthington Greenville 

Gypsie Yvonne Wrenn Salisbury 

Marjorie Neal Wright Halifax 

Jack Cornelius Wynne Bethel 

Marilyn Gayle Yarley Coats 

Frederick Ronnie Yergan Durham 

George Bennett York Pinetops 

Peggy Ann York Asheboro 

Annie Zawask Burgaw 



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1. Riding- bikes. 

2. Grab your partner! 

3. It's fattening! 

4. Cashing checks. 

5. Soph counselors for frosh. 

6. Information, please! 

7. Kappa Delta Pi Fraternity. 








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Visiting- high school seniors follow 
the cadets to the drill field. 



Some of the cadets are able to do 
a little flying. 



The Fourth Annual Military Ball 
was the highlight of the year for 
the cadets. 



"Pass in review." That was the 
older of the day. 



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United States 

Air Force 

ROTC 




Now in its sixth year at East Carolina College the Air 
Force ROTC is one of the college's best developed depart- 
ments. It affords those young men who look to a promising 
future as a pilot, navigator, or observer an excellent oppor- 
tunity to receive preliminary training and at the same time 
complete a college degree of their choice. 

A varied program, well executed by a competent staff, pro- 
vides the cadets with an interesting four-year course in 
ROTC. Included among the highlights are such events as the 
annual Military Ball sponsored by the Cadet Officer's Club, 
trips with the Rifle team to other colleges, individual flights 
with members of the staff, and finally a trip to summer camp 
for a real peek at Air Force life. 

With the need for increased security and defense the prod- 
ucts of the ROTC program are highly valuable. Graduates 
of the East Carolina department have established records that 
are far superior to most colleges, and there are indications 
that the best is yet to come. As greater advances are made in 
the world of flight, the training of ROTC cadets will improve. 

These and many more features combine to develop the high 
scholastic and leadership qualities of the future officers in the 
world's greatest air force. 



INSTRUCTORS— front ROW, left to right: Col. Roger G. Fuller; 
second row: First Lt. Harrold R. Self ridge, Capt. James G. Barnett, 
Capt. Thomas W. Harper, and Capt. William R. Young; third row: 
Tech. Sgt. Floyd F. Freeman, Tech. Sgt. Dallas V. Mahoney, Master 
Sgt. Herbert H. Sails, and Master Sgt. Robert W. Spicer. 





CADET WING STAFF 

first row, left to right: Cadet Col. A. V. Medlin; second row: Cadet Lt. Col. Robert W. Moye, Cadet Lt. Col. Jim 
Byrd, Cadet Lt. Col. R. A. Alston, and Cadet Lt. Col. Eugene Emory, Cadet Lt. Col. Mitchell Saieed; third row: Cadet 
Maj. Robert T. Sears, Cadet Capt. C. E. Fishel, Cadet Capt. Charlie Batchelor, and Cadet Capt. William R. Sears; 
fourth row: Cadet Sgt. Furney Powell, Cadet Sgt. Bob Alexander, and Cadet Sgt. Arthur Gregory. 



GROUP I STAFF 



GROUP II STAFF 



FIRST ROW, left to right: Cadet Lt. Col. Gene Russ; 
second row: Cadet Maj. J. W. Ridge, Cadet Capt. E. M. 
Bizzell, Cadet First Sgt. John Costolus, and Staff Sgt. 
B. E. Loving. 



first ROW, left to right: Cadet Lt. Col. Robert Hodges; 
second row: Cadet Maj. Walter Harrell, Cadet Capt. 
W. L. Tucker, Cadet First Sgt. Cecil Heath, and Cadet 
Staff Sgt. Donnie D. Pollard. 




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HONORARY 
SQUADRON 

The Honorary Squadron of the East 
Carolina AFROTC is a well co- 
ordinated unit of cadets. The Drill 
Team, as it is commonly called, is a 
favorite at half-time ceremonies of 
football games. The squadron is com- 
manded by Cadet George B. Rose. 



AFROTC 
COLOR GUARD 



The unit displays its martial heri- 
tage in the symbolic Color Guard. 



DRUM AND BUGLE 
CORPS 

"L'esprit de corps" is maintained with 
the help of the stirring Drum and 
Bugle Corps. A fine group of musi- 
cians, it oftentimes is called on to 
march in parades. 




Fall quarter began at East Carolina with over 2,200 students registering 
for work. Wright Auditorium was a busy place for three days. 



Fleming Hall parlor was decorated to the tee for the biggest 
Homecoming ever this year. The Pirates beat Elon 45-25. 




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No college is complete without its initiations, and 
had quite a few Fall quarter. 



QUARTER 



The Veterans Club erected 
a victory bell in recogni- 
tion of the ECC men and 
women who served in the 
armed services of our 
country. 



As a part of the Homecoming celebration the Student 
Government Association sponsored a street dance. 





WINTER 
QUARTER 



Girls in Fleming: Hall are enjoying 
their annual Christmas party around 
their tree. 



Some of the dorms had their windows 
painted with various Christmas 
scenes. (Window will be shewn next 



A large audience enjoyed the annual 
Winter Concert of the Varsity Glee 
Club and Orchestra. 




Morris Harvey beat the 
Pirates 12-0 in the first an- 
nual Elks Bowl game played 
here January 2. 



Members of Alpha Pi Omega 
and their dates are forming 
the figure at the Christmas 
dance. 



"The Skin of our Teeth" was 
one of several plays staged 
this year by the Teachers 
Playhouse. 








SPRING 



May Day was truly a big- event at the college. When Spring weather comes, the students begin 

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Headed by Mitchell Saieed, the Student 
Legislature of East Carolina has maintained 
a working pace this year that will require 
much effort for future groups to duplicate. 

Some of the activities include the revising 
of the constitution and standing rules, the 
sponsoring of one of the biggest Homecom- 
ings ever, and the planning and putting over 
the May Day program. A dance was given 
for the freshmen in the Fall. Each year the 
Legislature is co-sponsor of the student pro- 
duction. The SGA sponsors Cleanup Week, 
Teacher Criticisms, and the Student Budget 
Office. 

For the past few years the Legislature has 
sent delegates to the North Carolina Student 
Legislature and has had members elected as 
officers of the group each time. 



First Row: Mitchell Saieed, president; and Shirley 
Council, secretary. Second Row: Charlie Huffman, 
first vice president; and Wade Cooper, second vice 
president. Third Row: Billy Laughinghouse, treas- 
urer; and Howard Rooks, first assistant treasurer. 









THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL— 
pictured from left to right, SEATED; 
Betsy Hobgood, Mitchell Saieed, 
and Shirley Council; standing: 
Wade Cooper, Tommie Lupton, 
Billy Laughinghouse, Barbara 
Greenstein, Parker Maddrey, John 
Postas, Mildred Reynolds, and 
Gene Russ. 



The Legislature 



first row: Charlie Bedford, Emo Boado, Ann Bowles, Jean Brake, Dottie Britt, Car- 
olyn Brothers, Bea Burnette, Ann Bynum, Paul Cameron, Cecilia Cartwright; second 
row : Carolyn Clapp, Louis Clark, Sue Cook, Bettie Dougherty, Ann DeRant, Jimmy 
Ellis, Alma Faulkner, Milton Foley, Barbara Greenstein, Florence Helms; third 
row: Betsy Hobgood, Bobby Hodges, Jane Holmes, Imogene Jennette, Royce Jordan, 
Wade Jordan, Fred Joseph, Nancy Kesler, Don King, Ray Kirby; fourth row: 
Charlie Kluttz, Tommie Lupton, George Lyons, Don McGlohon, Parker Maddrey, Susie 
Marshall, Marcia Milne, Barbara Moore, Maidred Morris, Bob Nielson; fifth row: 
Janie Parker, Bill Penuel, Bruce Phillips, Laura Pope, Mildred Reynolds, Gene Russ, 
Betty Salmons, Pat Shipp, Ann Siler, Betty Small; sixth row: Edgar Tadlock, 
George Tucker, Julian Vainright, Charlie Wentz, Percy Wilkins, Gwen Williams, Rob- 
ert Williams, Jimmy Winstead. 




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BUDGET COMMITTEE 
illy Laughinghouse, Chairman 



Student 



Government 



ELECTIONS COMMITTEE 
Bill Penuel, Chairman 



CAMPUS IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE 
Charlie Wentz, Chairman 




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POINT SYSTEM COMMITTEE 
Pat Shipp, Chairman 



HANDBOOK COMMITTEE 
Barbara Moore, Chairman 



Standing 



Committees 



SOCIAL COMMITTEE 
Edgar Tadlock, Chairman 



PRODUCTIONS COMMITTEE 
Bobby Williams, Chairman 




YMCA 








CHARLIE BEDFORD 
President 

The Young Men's Christian Asso- 
ciation on campus works with the 
parent organization in seeking to 
reach students who are not Christians 
and help them to discover that the 
way of Christ is the only way to live 
an effective and satisfying life. The 
main attraction of the YMCA pro- 
gram is the Thursday evening Vesper 
Service. The Y members take part in 
Spiritual Emphasis Week and under- 
take various other projects in the 
service of God. 



MAIDRED MORRIS 
President 

The Y has become a symbol of wor- 
ship, recreation, and good clean fun 
for all who wish to participate. Our 
special holiday services, as well as the 
regular Thursday nigrht Vesper Serv- 
ice have become traditions on campus. 
Anyone who will support the organ- 
ization and its principles may become 
a member. As our purpose declares: 
"We unite in the desire to realize full 
and creative life through a growing 
knowledge of God." 



YWCA 



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Members of the Circle K Club have just finished a meal at one of their regular meetings 



An outstanding organization for men at East Carolina is the Circle K Club. Sponsored by the 
Greenville Kiwanis Club, the group on campus is one of the leading Circle K Clubs in the country. 
Members are chosen for their above average leadership, citizenship, and scholarship. Always ready 
to do service when called upon, the club helps the Junior Woman's Club sell bread for the Watson Me- 
morial Fund, and they also assist the Kiwanis Club in their annual production. Officers of the club are 
Don McGlohon, president; Charlie Huffman, vice president; Julian Vainright, secretary; and Frank 
Hemmingway, treasurer. 



"Ladies' Night" is a big affair. 
There's always a good program. 



President Don McGlohon presents a check to 
Junior Woman's Club for Watson Memorial Fund. 



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HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 

The Home Economics Club of East 
Carolina College is an affiliate of the 
North Carolina Home Economics As- 
sociation and American Home Eco- 
nomics Association. The purpose of 
this College Club is the same as that 
of these two organizations, with spe- 
cial emphasis upon the promotion of 
a greater interest in the field of Home 
Economics international fellowship; 
and the provision of means by which 
students may develop in leadership 
and initiative. 




MATH CLUB 

At our meetings we have an oppor- 
tunity to share mutual interests and 
compare ideas on mathematics. We 
have monthly puzzles, planned enter- 
tainment, and guest speaker which 
help us to stress the vital importance 
of mathematics in everyday life. On 
Awards day the most outstanding 
mathematics student of the year is 
presented an award. 



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SCIENCE CLUB 

The Student Science Club of East 
Carolina College has as its purpose 
the promoting of a broader interest 
in scientific fields and the develop- 
ment of greater knowledge of a scien- 
tific world and the bringing together 
of those students interested in 
science. 



VETERAN'S CLUB 

The Veteran's Club is a social or- 
ganization for all ex-servicemen in- 
terested in furthering friendships 
and performing worthwhile duties 
for the college. 



FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS 
OF AMERICA 

The purpose of the Future Busi- 
ness Leaders of America is to foster 
interest in the business occupation 
and in business teaching, to acquaint 
the students of the business educa- 
tion department with one another, 
and to work together for the mutual 
interest and benefits of its members 
and of the business education depart- 
ment as a whole. 



INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB 

Recognizing the need for the ad- 
vancement of Industrial Arts in East- 
ern North Carolina, and desiring to 
promote greater interest and fellow- 
ship among students of the Indus- 
trial Arts Department of East Caro- 
lina College, the Industrial Arts 
students with their thirteen charter 
members and their instructors, Bing 
and Powell, formed the Industrial 
Arts Club in the Fall Quarter of 
1949. 






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YOUNG REPUBLICANS CLUB 

Political minded students of the 
Young Republicans Club on our cam- 
pus are doing all they can to stimu- 
late more interest in better govern- 
ment here on our campus. The club 
holds monthly meetings and brings 
to the students interesting speakers 
from the political world. It takes an 
active part in the support of the Re- 
publican Party. 



YOUNG DEMOCRATS CLUB 

The purpose of the Young Demo- 
crats Club is to stimulate in the 
students an interest in better govern- 
ment and to encourage more active 
participation in politics. The club 
does not endorse any particular can- 
didate for nomination in the bi-an- 
nual Democratic Primaries; its sup- 
port goes to the Democratic nominee 
in the Fall elections. 



JARVIS FORENSIC CLUB 

The purpose of the Jarvis Forensic 
Club is to foster interest in public 
speaking of all sorts. The club takes 
great pride in upholding the right of 
freedom of speech of the individual 
and those democratic principles 
which are a part of our great Ameri- 
can heritage. 





ENGLISH CLUB 

This is the twenty-ninth anniver- 
sary of the English Club, the oldest 
departmental club on campus. It was 
organized "to further interest in 
good literature," and to give English 
majors and minors the opportunity 
to know one another. 



ASSOCIATION FOR 
CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 

All students interested in the wel- 
fare of children are invited to be- 
come a member of the Association for 
Childhood Education. The members 
agree to work together to increase 
professional knowledge, to promote a 
more general understanding of the 
value of early childhood education, 
and to co-operate with all who work 
for the betterment of early childhood 
education. 




FUTURE TEACHERS 
OF AMERICA 

The Robert H. Wright Chapter of 
Future Teachers of America endea- 
vors to promote interest in the teach- 
ing profession and to acquaint young 
people with the history, ethics, and 
programs of the North Carolina Edu- 
cation Association and the National 
Education Association. 







TEACHERS PLAYHOUSE 

The Teachers Playhouse has as its 
primary belief that dramatics should 
and does have a part in the educa- 
tional system for the college stud- 
ents. Its purpose is to encourage 
dramatic arts at East Carolina Col- 
lege and to give students of the col- 
lege an opportunity to participate in 
dramatic productions of educational 
and cultural work. 









INTERNATIONAL 
RELATIONS CLUB 

The International Relations Club 
is the only organization on campus 
that devotes its time exclusively to 
the study of national and interna- 
tional problems. Students as well as 
out-of-town guests are participants 
in the club's monthly sessions. 
Forums, discussions, talks, and com- 
mentaries on world affairs all go into 
the planning of the program. 




LIBRARY CLUB 

The Library Club of East Carolina 
College, organized in the Fall of '53, 
is designed to help the student of li- 
brary science or people interested in 
the library in general to have a 
broader understanding of this field. 
Although library assistants make up 
most of the membership, all inter- 
ested persons may use this organiza- 
tion as a means of fellowship and 
also benefit from the interesting 
speeches on library work. 




Each youth group on campus has a member on the Inter-Religious Coun- 
cil. The council heads the planning of all religious activities on campus. 



Inter-Religious Council 



Spiritual Emphasis Week was the biggest religious event of the year 
sponsored by the Inter-Religious Council. Each Tuesday Chapel programs 
are held in Austin at noon, and a program was sponsored by the council 
at Thanksgiving and Easter. 



Baptist Student Union Council 



Weslev Foundation Council 






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Westminster Fellowship 




Disciple Student Fellowship 



Canterbury Club 



'hureh of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints 



Cat h.. lit- Club 




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Publications Board 



Made up of the editors-in-chief of the East Carolinian and the Buc- 
caneer, the advisors of the two publications, the Dean of Men and Director 
of Student Affairs, the President, and the Dean of the college, the Publi- 
cations Board holds as its main objective to advise all student publications. 

Policies of the paper and annual are governed by the group. Each 
spring it is the task of the Publications Board to select the editors-in- 
chief of the two campus publications. 

The board meets only at times when matters come up that need to 
be aired by the group, or when the chairman may call a meeting. 




THE PUBLICATIONS BOARD, pictured from left to right: Dr. John O. Reynolds, 
yearbook advisor; Tommie Lupton and Mildred Reynolds, co-editors of the yearbook; 
Dr. Leo W. Jenkins; and Dr. Clinton R. Prewett. Not pictured are President J. D. 
Messick, T. Parker Maddrey, and Miss Mary Greene. 



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1954 BUCCANEER 



The typewriter keys are silent, and the 
flashing of bulbs has ceased. Having violated 
the 10:30 curfew many times, the staff of 
the 1954 Buccaneer closes shop now that we 
have the yearbook off the press. Our work is 
over, but printer's ink is still on our fingers; 



for during the many hours that we have 
spent in preparing this book, we have be- 
come attached to it. We have enjoyed work- 
ing on the book this year; we hope that 
you are able to enjoy it today and in the 
years ahead. 




Members of the staff are busy at 
work alphabatizing the picture 
"entification cards. 




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must sign up to have your picture taken." "Just a little bit this way. Now smile." Money is brought in to the advertising staff. 

EDITORIAL STAFF 

Co-Editors Mildred Reynolds and Tommie Lupton jf ^\ 

Associate Editor Jane Kanoy \ 

Senior Editor Susie Marshall 

Assistants Harriet Davis and Barbara Moore , 1 *c ^. 

Junior Editors Betty Lois McGowan and Shirley Manning Dr - John °- Reynolds 

Sophomore Editor Mary Packer Financial Advwm- K -ib- 

Assistants Jean Buchanan and Veryl Trueblood financial aqvisoi * j^- _ 

Freshman Editor Jean Davenport Jjk — 

Assistant Helen Alexander .^^^^^^W 

hganization Editor Ann Siler ^rffV^L ^^^ Ifel^^ 

Assistant Kitty Brinson ^jgr* H ^^ I < 

Sports Editor Tommie Lupton ^A |X ^H h 

Fraternity Editor Mona Jay Toler taBL E3 

Assistant Charlotte Hales 

ROTC Editor Justus McKeel 

Assistants Kenneth Cole and Bill Glover 

Feature Editors Elsie Harrelson and Jessie Ann Rice 

Music Editors Lannie Crocher and Hattie Ruth Wilson 

Photography Editor Tommie Lupton 

Art Editor Barbara Moore Dr. G. W. Knipp m 

BUSINESS STAFF Editorial Advisor ■ 

Business Manager Evelyn Davis 

Assistants Betty Sugg, Cecilia Cartwright, 

Anne Mitchell, Diana Jones, and Shirley Burrows 

Editors of the various sections of the year- 
book go over the dummy with the editor. 





EAST 
CAROLINIAN 



EDITORIAL STAFF 

Editor-in-Chief T. Parker Maddrey 

Managing Editor Faye O'Neal 

Assistant Editor Emily S. Boyce 

Feature Editor Kay Johnston 

Staff Assistants .... Anne George, Pat Humphrey, 
Joyce Smith, Erolyn Blount, Faye Lanier, Jerry 
Register, Valeria Shearon, Wiley Teal and Ed 
Mathews. 

SGA Reporter Betty Salmons 

Faculty Advisor Miss Mary Greene 

SPORTS STAFF 

Sports Editor Bob Hilldrup 

Sports Assistants . . . Bruce Phillips, Anwer Joseph, 
and David Evans 

BUSINESS STAFF 

Business Manager Edna Massad 

Assistant Faye Jones 

Ad Solicitors Edna Whitfield, Mary Ellen 

Williams, and Jean Godwin 
Circulation Mrs. Susie Webb 



Miss Marv Greene 



Members of the East Carolinian staff discuss one 
of the papers at a staff meeting. The editor points 
out an item of interest. 




that the East Carolina weekly 
hown as they check the books. 



Bob Hilldrup and Bruce Phillips 

handle the news about the Pirate 

athletic teams. 




In its twenty-eighth year of publication, the 
East Carolinian has given the students a view of 
the news and happenings of East Carolina each 
week throughout another banner year in the his- 
tory of the college. Our college weekly newspaper 
has presented the news as they saw it, and the 
staff has kept as its aim to build a bigger and 
better East Carolina College. 

Through the years the East Carolinian has 
ranked high with other college weeklies in the 
state and over the nation. This year was no ex- 
ception, for the members of the staff have ex- 
hibited a high standard of journalism. 



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MUSIC 



Dr. Kenneth Cuthbert 
Head of Music Department 



The department of music, which has become 
a member of the National Association of Schools 
for Music this year, has established itself as one 
of the leading departments. 

Musical equipment at East Carolina is of the 
finest, with band and orchestral instruments 
available for student use in practice and perform- 
ance. The department is designed to meet the 
needs of all students ; our curriculum is rich and 
varied. The degrees include the Bachelor of 
Science, Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts. 



COLLEGIANS 

The Collegians, widely known throughout this state for 
their fine instrumental performances, play for most of 
the college dances. The director is Charlie Klutz, and 
the vocalist is Bernard Ham. 




VARSITY GLEE CLUB 

The Varsity Glee Club, di- 
rected by Dr. Kenneth Cuthbert, 
is one of the prides of the de- 
partment of music. 



WOMEN'S CHORUS 

Under the direction of Dan E. 
Vornholt, the Women's Chorus 
provides musical entertainment 
for the college throughout the 
year. 




MARCHING BAND 

The East Carolina Marching 
Band lends its musical talents in 
the stadium and in parades. The 
band is directed by Herbert Car- 
ter. 



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MAJORETTES AND 
DRUM MAJOR 

This is the group that leads 
our band as it performs. Left to 
right, first row: Charlie Arm- 
strong; second row: Pat Taylor 
and Rhoda Fay Peel ; third row : 
Peggy Vause, Carolyn Johnson, 
and Betty Ray Outlaw. 



COLLEGE SINGERS 

Directed by Dan E. Vornholt, 
the Singers provide many pro- 
grams of pleasure and beauty. 



EAST CAROLINA 
ORCHESTRA 

East Carolina College fur- 
nishes most of the personnel and 
equipment for the orchestra, 
which is composed of students, 
faculty members, and townspeo- 
ple of the college community. 
The East Carolina Orchestra, a 
member of the American Sym- 
phony League, is directed by Dr. 
Kenneth Cuthbert, who is head 
of the college music department. 




THE MUSIC 
EDUCATION CLUB 

The purpose of the Music 
Education Club is to develop in 
its members a deeper knowledge 
and appreciation of music; and 
to stimulate an interest in music 
activities on campus. The presi- 
dent of the club is Laura Pope. 



THE CONCERT BAND 

On stage and radio the East 
Carolina Concert Band always 
renders outstanding perform- 
ances of band music. It is di- 
rected by Herbert Carter. 



The Brass Ensemble of the music department plays 
chamber music on the concert stage and in the home. 



Churches in the community have called upon 
the Clarinet Quartet for various occasions. 





Chi Beta Phi members after a dinner 
meeting. 



Sigma Rho Pi installation service of 
fraternity's new officers. 



A glance at the Phi Sigma Pi initia- 



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After two days of hazing, 
initiates of Phi Sigma Pi 
reach the serious part of 
their program at their 
ritual service and supper. 



It was no picnic, the initi- 
ation that is, for the poor 
neophytes who were really 
put through the grind. 




Phi 



James Ellis 
President 



Julian Vainwright 
Vice-President 



Waylon T. Bass 
Secretary 



Percy Wilkins 

Assistant Secretary 



Dwight Garrett 
Treasurer 

Calvin Butt 

Harold Colson 

Keith Goodson 



Knowledge . . . Training . . . Fellowship 



Tau Chapter of Phi Sigma Pi was founded at East Carolina College 
in 1928, seven years after the fraternity became a nationally organized 
group. Since Tau Chapter was founded it has offered membership to more 
than 350 students and faculty members of the college. 



Bobby Hodges 
Charles Huffman 
Billy Laughinghouse 
Tommie Lupton 



In keeping with the aims of scholarship, the fraternity limits its mem- 
bership to men who have at least a "2" average. They must be recog- 
nized and proven campus leaders who hold the respect of their teachers 
and fellow students. Membership in the club is determined by secret bal- 
lot of active members. 

The social side of the club revolves around an annual Sweetheart 
Dance and an annual Founder's Day banquet. The dance is a school-wide 
affair at which the chapter's sweetheart is crowned. The Founder's Day 
Banquet is a closed meeting to review annual accomplishments of the 
chapter and inaugurate new members. 



Dalton Mann 
Walter Noona, Jr. 
Richard Ottaway 
Howard Rooks 
Mitchell Saieed 



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Brothers of the Sigma 
Rho Pi service fraternity 
enjoy a delightful meal 
at one of their regular 
meetings. 



EPO was "Bowl 'em 
Down" in this year's 
Homecoming parade. 
Much hard work was put 
into the making of the 
float. 




Sigma 



George Tucker 

President 
Bill Harris 

Vice-President 
Bill Lamm 

Corresponding Secretary 
Kris Anderson 

Recording Secretary 



Hugh Flowers 
Treasurer 

George Alexander 

Harold Colson 

Walter Culbreth 



Service . . . Loyalty . . . Brotherhood 



Preston Emerson 
Charles Fishel 
Darren Flowers 
Johnny Gaines 



"To Serve" lies behind all the activities of the Sigma Rho Pi. The 
boys in this service fraternity are always available when help is needed. 
Examples of their serving the college include: ushering at all football 
games, assisting in raising funds for the athletic department, giving a 
helping hand in the High School Day activities. 



Kenneth Holt 
Dick Ivey 
Jerry Johnston 
Anwer Joseph 



One of the projects this fraternity has undertaken was the donation 
of a trophy case to the new gym. One hundred per cent of the members 
of this organization volunteered blood to the Red Cross Bloodmobile 
when it was on our campus. 



Bob Julian 
Bill Loving 
A. V. Medlin 
Harold O'Kelh 



It is not all work and no play for in the spring they have an annual 
beach party. Throughout the year there are banquets held to promote 
brotherhood among the members of the fraternity. 



Bob Owens 
Jimmy Parkin 
Wilbur Pope 
Bobbv Thomas 



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Brothers of the fraternity 
enjoy chats with each 
other after a supper 
meeting. 



Leaders of the fraternity 
confer about future serv- 
ices to be carried on. 




Alpha 



Charlie Klutz 
President 



Charlie Wentz 

First Vice President 



Johnny Helms 

Second Vice President 



Robert Pennington 
Corresponding Secretary 



Matthew Prescott 
Recording Secretary 

James Alexander 
Treasurer 



Kenneth Bordeaux 
Don Brannan 



Julius Capeheart 
Commodore Caswell 
Jimmy Dunn 
Norman Edgerton 



LEADERSHIP 



FRIENDSHIP 



SERVICE 



Alpha Phi Omega is a national service fraternity which strives to 
develop friendship and promote service to humanity. 



Paul Emmett 
Milton Foley 
Robei-t Gardner 
Joe Grady 



The first Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega was established at Lafayette 
College, Easton, Pennsylvania, on December 16, 1925. 

Our Chapter at East Carolina was founded in February of 1952 by 
a group of young men who saw the need for service to our college and 
the community. 



John Hudson 
John Johnson 
Floyd Lefler 
Emil Massad 



Dave Pennington 
William Rogers 
Gary Scarboro 

Robert Sears 



Paul Singleton 
Julian Vainwright 
Robert K. Williams 



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The Pi Omega Pi Sweet- 
heart Ball is one of the 
big dances that is held at 
East Carolina each year. 



It's tea time for members 
of the Pi Omega Pi fra- 
ternity as they hold their 
annual Founders' Day 
Tea. 




Pi 



Donald McGlohon 
President 

Peggy Nash 
Vice-President 

Patsy Smith 

Secretary 
Keith Goodson 

Treasurer 
Helen Adams 
Horace Baker 



Russell Barnes 
Metz Bizzell 
Betty Sue Branch 
Frances Buck 
Margaret Ann Bunting 
Carolyn Burnette 



LOYALTY 



SERVICE 



PROGRESS 



Pi Omega Pi's primary objective — promoting and honoring superior 
scholarship — was furthered by the initiation of business education stu- 
dents with high scholastic averages, by honoring prospective members at 
the Founders' Day Tea, and by the presentation of the Thomas Clay Wil- 
liams Memorial Scholarship Award to the outstanding graduate in busi- 
ness education. 



We have fun, too. Our Halloween carnival and Valentine dance, co- 
sponsored with FBLA, are given for all the student body. The Valentine 
dance is always one of the best dances on the campus and enjoyed by all 
who attend. Our sponsors entertain us at an annual Christmas party at 
which time we prepare a Christmas box for a needy family. 



In our program of service to the department and the college, we spon- 
sor the annual Pitt County Typewriting Contest, bring leaders in busi- 
ness education to the campus for conferences and demonstrations, and 
offer our services in helping with all departmental activities. 



Ann Bynum 
Nellie Rhea Gardner 
Edward Gore 
Ray Harrington 
Florence Helms 
Robert Hicks 



John Hudson 
Magdalene Marshall 
his Matthews 
Patricia Miller 
Belinda Newsome 
Howard Rooks 



Geraldine Swindell 
E. A. Thomas 
Linwood Tyndall 
Irma Wainwright 
Rodney Walters 
Dorothy Whitehead 



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Phi Omicron celebrates 
its first birthday anniver- 
sary at a cake cutting 
and dinner. 



Outstanding junior and 
senior leaders in home 
economics receive their 
initiate symbol. 




Phi 



Mary Sue Cook 
President 



Sally Credle 
Vice-President 



Lou Laughton 

Secretary-Treasurer 



Mareeline Aycock 



Betty Boyette 
Ann Carawan 
Peggy Cox 
Peggy Faircloth 



SCHOLARSHIP . . . COMMUNITY SERVICE . . . FRIENDLINESS 



In April, 1953, the Phi Omicron celebrated its first anniversary and 
having endured the "growing pains" established itself on East Carolina's 
campus. Plans were made for a busy year filled with numerous activities. 

In September, eleven outstanding junior and senior leaders in Home 
Economics were initiated into the honorary. After the initiation, the next 
highlight was our Fund Workship in which cookies were made to sell to 
fellow students and faculty members. Other activities included a Red Cross 
campaign, giving Thanksgiving baskets, making improvements in our 
department, and a dinner meeting in the spring. 



Alice Jackson 
Rebecca Plemmons 
Delphia Rawls 
Hazel Tripp 
Gwen Williams 



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Sigma Pi Alpha are in- 
vited down to Atlantic 
Beach to be guests of Dr. 
Ralph Deal, retired col- 
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Ann Siler 

Secretary 
Jane Godwin 

Treasurer 
Bobby Jean Burch 
Maxine Case 



Peggy Cherry 
Laura Credle 
Peggy Creech 
Joyce Croom 
Jimmy Dunn 
Raby Edwards 



STUDY 



KNOWLEDGE . 



UNDERSTANDING 



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Alma Faulkner 
Betty Huffman 
Elsie Lawson 
Julianne Leimone 
Anne McCrary 
La Rue McKinney 



Singing French and Spanish songs, entertaining French cadets from 
Kinston with an informal tea, having an annual get-together at Atlantic 
Beach, and attending national Sigma Pi Alpha meetings represent a small 
part of the Phi Sigma Chapter's many activities at East Carolina College. 

A French- or Spanish- speaking exchange student contributes greatly 
each year to the fraternity by stimulating an interest in and relating a 
more intimate knowledge of the people, customs, and culture of foreign 
countries, which is the main objective of the Sigma Pi Alpha. 



Edna Massad 
Shirley Moose 
Lynnette Murphy 
Sabra Nunalee 
Leanor Padilla 
Betty Ralston 



Jane Simmons 
William Waters 
Margie West 
Vernie Wilder 



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FIRST ROW 


SECOND ROW 


Wade Jordan, President 
ances Radcliffe, Vice-President 

John Elliott, Secretary 

James L. King, Treasurer 

Waylon Bass 


Calvin Butt 
Roland Jones 
James Ray Kirby 
Roy McGinnis 
Leon Sewell 


KNOWLEDGE . 


. UNDERSTANDING 



THIRD ROW 

John Sloan 
Charles Sutton 

Lois Tucker 
Pete Williams 



This year opened the first full year of the chapter's activities as we 
are one of the youngest fraternities on the campus. The fraternity got off 
to a good start, too, with plans being made for the sponsoring of the North 
Carolina Academy of Science, to be held here for the first time in the his- 
tory of the college. It is hoped that more student research can be initiated 
in the college through our fraternity. 

We expanded this year to include the Math Department because it 
was decided that natural science and mathematics are inseparable. 

Everyone has a purpose and ours is more knowledge and better un- 
derstanding of the world about us. We shall succeed in our purpose, for 
"Science Conquers All." 




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Who's Who 



Who's Who among Students in American Universities and 
Colleges is a yearly publication which contains biographical briefs 
of students who are outstanding in various phases of school life. 
The selection of these students, which is uniform for all universi- 
ties and colleges, is based on a percentage of enrollment. 



Anne Butler 



Bettv Sue Branch 



Paul Cameron 




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Dorothy Howard 



among Students in American Universities and Colleges 

The criteria for the selection of a student are: excellence in 
scholarship and leadership, participation in extra-curricular activ- 
ities as well as phases of the regular school course, and qualities 
of citizenship which will contribute toward the making of a bigger 
and better future. 




Walter Noona 



Frances Radcliffe 



Delores Matthews 






Robert Pennington 



Peggy Nash 



Who's Who 



The students are selected for this honor at East Carolina by 
committee composed of both students and members of the faculty. 



Betsy Hobgoc 



Ray Kirby 





among Students in American Universities and Colleges 

Twenty-eight men and women students, members of the Sen- 
ior Class at East Carolina, will be represented in the 1953-54 edi- 
tion of Who's Who among Students in American Universities and 
Colleges. 



Yernie Wilder 



Donald McCluhim 



Charlie Huffman 





MARSHALS 




Head Marshal Pat Dawson is shown as she ushers 
for a concert in the College Theatre. 



The college marshals are chosen for their dignity and cor- 
dial personality, and these girls are ever present at all school 
functions, maintaining quiet and showing guests to their seats. 
To be chosen a marshal is indeed an honor, for the entire stu- 
dent body casts the votes that elect the marshals. 



Pat Dawson, Chief Marshal 
Dorothy Best 
Maxine Bryan 
Betty Sue Branch 



Carolyn Burnette 
Cecilia Cartwright 
Peggy Cox 
Peggy Faircloth 



Phyllis Eisele 
Carolyn Johnson 
Peggy Kennedy 
Lou Moore 



Shirley Moose 
Mildred Rouse 
Suzanne Shepherd 
Charlotte Whitfield 



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Honorary Cadet Colonel Shirley Council cuts the cake at the Fourth Annual Military Ball. Her e 
Cadet Captain Dennis R. Smith, Barbara Moore, and Cadet Lt. Col. Frank Madigan look on. 




Special 



East Carolina named its 
Daisy Maes and Lil Abners 
at the annual Sadie Hawkins 
Day dance. 



A big bonfire and pep rally was a feature of the big Homecoming event 
this year. The Cheerleaders are pepping it up. 




Kitty Garringer Brinson rides on the queen's throne in 
the Homecoming parade. Kitty was chosen queen by the 
student body. 



Features 



Making a habit of being a queen, Kitty Garringer Brinson 
is shown holding the flowers after she was named "Miss 
Summer School." Former "Miss Summer School" Nora 
Ellen Faulkner and Tony Pastor, bandleader, look on. 




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Anne Osborne Shoe and Paulolph Alexander were chosen 
Miss and Mr. Representative Student Teachers last spring. 



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Department Head 



Howard Porter 
Basketball Coach 



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ATHLETICS 

AT EAST CAROLINA 

East Carolina College has been growing 
in leaps and bounds in the sports world. The 
Pirate athletic squads have played well in 
each and every field, and for the first time 
this year the college has had a swimming 
team. We at East Carolina are proud of our 
Pirate teams and the records that they have 
compiled and the goodwill they have spread 
in the field of sports. 



Basketball and 
Football Assistant 




Miss Cathmar Jeanne Shaw 
Teacher 



Miss Nell Stallings 
Teacher 



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VARSITY CLUB 

This organization is made up 
of young men on campus who 
have earned a letter in some 
phase of college athletics. Initi- 
ation into this club is held at 
various periods throughout the 
year. One of the highlights of 
this year's activities was the 
production of a talent show en- 
titled "The Varsity Review." 



WAA 

The WAA is composed of girls 
interested in sports activities. 
Opportunities are given each 
week for them to participate in 
either basketball, volleyball, 
swimming or various other 
sports. The girls along with the 
members of the Varsity Club 
sponsored the annual Faculty- 
Student Basketball Game. 



AQUANYMPHS 

Skill, grace, and precision are 
all by-words of the Aqua- 
nymphs. The presentation of a 
water ballet, the first to be held 
in our new swimming pool, was 
one of the most outstanding ac- 
tivities of these "Water Maids." 



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Co-captains Bobby Hodges and Jack Britt 
The Bucs scrimmage. 



Bobby Hodges makes a tackle in the Tampa game 
Larry Rhodes, David Lee, and Willie Holland move 
The Bucs lost the contest 18-13. 




Football 



Coach Jack Boone's East Carolina Pirate foot- 
ballers won their first North State Conference 
football crown this year, compiling an impressive 
record of six wins and no losses in loop play. The 
Bucs came out on the short end of the score in 
the first annual Elks Bowl game played here 
January 2, as Morris Harvey College took away 
a 12-0 victory. 



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The only other loss of the season came in the 
Tampa game, when the Bucs were upset 18-13 by 
the Florida team. East Carolina was playing the 
contest without the fulltime services of All-Con- 
ference Quarterback Dick Cherry. The loss broke 
a seven-game Buc win skein. 



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In other non-conference clashes Boone's 
charges chalked up impressive wins, walloping 
Stetson 40-6 and Wilson Teachers 41-0 in the sea- 
son opener. The Pirates began the 1953 campaign 
with the Teachers in College Stadium and just 
proved to be completely out of the class of the vis- 
itors. 

Having lost their first contest in Florida to 
Tampa, East Carolina bounced back the following 
week to hand a strong Stetson team a sound 
thrashing. The Hatters were never in the game 
after the first half. A steady rain failed to halt 
the Bucs. Cherry and Boyd Webb shared the 
quarterbacking. 



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Neither mud nor rain nor Lenoir Rhyne's Bears could stop 
the good right arm of All-Stater Cherry in the locals conference 
opener. Tossing 10 completions in 13 tries, Cherry led the Bucs 
to the win over the defending champs by a score of 34-0. Bobby 
Hodges, co-captain, pulled in two of four touchdown passes. Half- 
back Emo Boado tallied twice. 

Playing Clyde Biggers' Catawba Indians the following week 
in Salisbury, the East Carolina squad had their hands full in tak- 
ing a 13-6 decision. A Cherry-to-Hodges pass gave the Bucs their 
first tally in the early part of the game. Catawba came back in the 
final period to tie the contest at six-all. Cherry sneaked over from 
the one to give the Boonemen their margin of victory. 



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Harold O'Kelley 




Harry Rainey 



Before a Homecoming crowd of nearly 10,000, East Carolina 
and Elon put on an offensive show that will long be remembered 
by local rooters. Once again it was Little All-American Dick Cherry 
who made the difference as the Pirates outscored Elon 45-25. Wil- 
lie Holland, Larry Rhodes, Dave Lee, Algie Faircloth, and Louis 
Hallow were defensive standouts. 

The following week East Carolina traveled west to Cullowhee 
to do battle with Western Carolina. Winning their fifth game 
without a loss, the Bucs wrecked the Catamounts' Homecoming to 
the tune of 26-7. 

The locals clinched their first North State title by trouncing 
Guilford 40-0 here October 24. Claude King scored two touchdowns, 
as did Paul Gay. The win was the sixth straight for the locals. 



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Milton Collier 


Manager Bill Cline 
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Wearing their newly-won crown, the 
Pirates swamped Appalachian 40-7 in their 
last home contest. Dick Cherry passed for 
four touchdowns, giving him a total of 16 
TD aerials. Paul Gay galloped 54 yards for 
paydirt on the second play of the game. ECC 
ended their conference play with a 6-0 
record. 

Post season honors won by East Carolina 
players were many. Cherry and Hodges re- 
ceived honorable mention for the AP Little 
All-American squad. Cherry, Hodges, and 
Gay were named to the Greensboro Daily 
News All-State team. These three, along 
with Holland, Hallow, Faircloth, and Lee 
were selected for the All-Conference squad. 
The Bucs' soph quarterback was a unani- 
mous choice. Rhodes and King got honorable 
mention for All-Conference. 



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East Carolina 76 Belmont Abbey 67 

East Carolina 92 Guilford 58 

East Carolina 87 Lenoir Rhyne 79 

East Carolina 84 Catawba 43 

East Carolina 101 Belmont Abbey 83 

East Carolina 85 Elon 51 

East Carolina 74 Lenoir Rhyne 64 

East Carolina 65 Western Carolina 68 

East Carolina 91 Appalachian 66 

East Carolina 76 Guilford 52 

East Carolina 63 Catawba -54 

East Carolina 100 High Point 61 

East Carolina 81 Western Carolina 67 

East Carolina 99 Appalachian 74 

East Carolina 65 Atlantic Christian 53 

East Carolina 92 McCrary 58 

East Carolina 84 Elon 65 

East Carolina 95 High Point 68 

East Carolina 84 Atlantic Christia 

NORTH STATE TOURNAMENT 

East Carolina 74 Guilford 54 

East Carolina 80 Elon 65 

East Carolina 86 Atlantic Christian 75 

TOTAL POINTS 

East Carolina 1,834 Opposition 1,407 

SCORING AVERAGE 

East Carolina 83.4 Opposition 



Huffman lays the ball up for two points in the Lenoir Rhyne game. 



Ronnie Hodge 




William MeArthur 



E. W. Bush 



East Carolina's Pirates overcame the jinx 
against top-seeded teams in the North State 
Tournament to capture its first conference 
title since entering the loop in 1948. Coach 
Howard Porter's hoopsters, paced by All- 
Conference Center Bobby Hodges' record 
scoring feats, compiled an impressive 21-1 
record during the 1953-54 season. 

The Bucs' outstanding record came through 
constant teamwork of every player. Play- 
maker Cecil Heath and rebounder Charlie 
Huffman were named to the All-Conference 
squad along with Captain Hodges, who set 
a new loop scoring average with an approxi- 



mate 27 points per contest. Among the other 
players with over a ten point per game 
average were Huffman, sophomore Guard 
J. C. Thomas, and the driving freshman 
Forward Don Harris. 

Hodges, already a unanimous All-Confer- 
ence choice, was named the tourney's most 
valuable player without a dissenting vote. 
Huffman was also named to the first five, 
and Thomas and Harris were placed with 
the second team. 



Don Harris, frosh sensation for the 

Bucs, fires at the basket in the 

Belmont Abbey battle here. 



Norwood Talton and Joe Gregory 
Managers 






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Baseball 



Behind the effective hurling of Jim Byrd, Jim 
Piner, Ken Hall, Teddy Barnes, and Martin Byrd 
and the big bats of W. C. Sanderson, Gaither 
Cline, and Cecil Heath, Coach Jack Boone's 1953 
diamond nine enjoyed a season of 16 wins 
against only five setbacks. 

The local baseballers opened the campaign with 
a five-game winning streak and ended the season 
having won four straight. In the Eastern Division 
of the North State Conference the Bucs compiled 
a 12-4 record to come in behind Elon. 



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Outside competition saw the Pirates victorious 
in four of five contests, beating Montclair and 
New Bedford twice each. The defeat was at the 
hands of Montclair. 

In North State play the Bucs battered High 
Point's Panthers four times, scoring 52 runs to 
the Panthers 13 in the four games. Keeping a 
firm grip on the Bohunk, the Pirates took its four 
contests with Atlantic Christian. Elon and Guil- 
ford split their four-game card with the East 
Carolina nine. 



Jimmy Piner 
Jermey Stevens 



Jimmy Piner, Ccaeh Jack Boone, a 
Jimmy Byrd talk over the pitchin; 



Wilbur Thompson 




Jimmy Byrd 



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Martin Byrd 




Robert Penle 




East 
East 
East 
East 
East 
East 
East 
East 
East 
East 
East 
East 
East 
East 
East 
East 
East 
East 
East 
East 
East 



Carolina 7- 

Carolina 7- 

Carolina 13- 

Carolina . . 22- 

Carolina 6- 

Carolina 2- 

Carolina 8- 

Carolina 6- 

Carolina 2- 

Carolina 6- 

Carolina 1- 

Carolina ....■• 7- 

Carolina 15- 

Carolina 0- 

Carolina 7- 

Carolina 17- 

Carolina 3- 

Carolina 14- 

Carolina 6- 

Carolina 12- 

Carolina 8- 



-ACC 

-New Bedford 

-New Bedford 3 

-High Point 2 

-Guilford 5 

-Montclair 7 

-Montclair 7 

-Montclair 2 

-Elon 3 

-High Point 3 

-Guilford 7 

-High Point 2 

-ACC 2 

-Elon 4 

-ACC 2 

-High Point 6 

-Guilford 7 

-Guilford 2 

-Elon 5 

-Elon 9 

-ACC 6 



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Boys who keep up with the equipment are 
Joe Boyette, Grover Cleveland, and Don Butts. 




Tennis 



For the third consecutive year 
East Carolina's tennis squad came 
in second behind High Point and 
their Mexican netters in the North 
State Conference race. Lettermen 
Joe Hallow, Paul Cameron, Frazier 
Bruton, and Amos Stroud, along 
with newcomers J. W. Browning, 
Don Muse, and Dallas Foscue. 
compiled a 6-2 record in their 
league matches. 

Outside opposition included N. 
C. State, Wake Forest, and George 
Washington. A forfeit match en- 
abled Wake Forest to edge the 
Pirate swatters 5-4. 

Hallow and Cameron went to the 
finals in the doubles play at the 
High Point tournament only to be 
beat by High Point. Muse met the 
same fate in the singles event. 



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Golf 



East Carolina's golfers captured their fifth North State Confer- 
ence Golf Championship in the past six years as the 1953 Pirate 
linkmen had an unblemished record in their own circuit. 



Claude King 




Claude King, Dave Martin, Harry Rainey, Joe Exum, and Ber- 
nie Ham enabled the local squad to rack up five wins without a loss 
in the conference. Wake Forest of the Southern Conference handed 
the Pirate golfers their only defeats. 



Harry Rainey 




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For the best in service 



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Visit our 

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For private parties and banquets 




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Phone — 2624 



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Foot-Long Hot Dogs 

Tuxedo Burgers 

Complete Line of Sandwiches 



Curb and Delivery Service 



Greenview Drive-in 



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Home Office and Three Branches 
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COZART'S 
SUPERMARKET 

A Complete 
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2103 Dickinson Ave. 



Compliments 

of 

C. HEBER FORBES 

Greenville, N. C. 




Compliments 
of 

THE DAILY REFLECTOR 

Pitt County's Home Newspaper 

'Evening Hours are Reading Hours' 



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LARRY'S SHOE STORE 



CAMPUS FOOTWEAR 
FOR ALL OCCASIONS 



At Five Points 
Greenville, N. C. 



Compliments of 

MEADOWBROOK DRIVE IN 

Located — East Munford 

Opposite Airport 



Compliments of 

John Flanagan Buggy Co., Inc. 

CARS — TRUCKS 
FORD 

TRACTORS 

Serving Greenville and 
Eastern Carolina Since 1866 



COLLEGE ESSO 



Across from the Campus 




For the Best in Sporting Equipment 

WILLIAM'S SPORT SHOP 



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Congratulations 



TO THE GRADUATES OF 1954 




In Every City There is One Good Place To Shop 
In Greenville It's 

DELE-EYEEE/ 



Compliments of 

WHITE'S STORES 

Greenville, N. C. 

Scotland Neck, N. C. 
Mount Olive, N. C. 
Washington, N. C. 
Windsor, N. C. 
Ahoskie, N. C. 



Compl 


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GARRIS 


GROCERY 










"See 


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First" 



Compliments 
of 

KARES RESTAURANT 

SODA AND NEWS SERVICE 

"We Serve the Best" 



Compliments 
of 

HOME BUILDERS 
SUPPLY COMPANY 



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SILO 

Chicken in the Rough 
The World's Most Famous Chicken Dish 

STEAKS SEAFOODS 

REGULAR DINNERS 

Located Greenville-Ayden Highway 



Compliments of 



PEOPLES BAKERY 



"Suppliers of Your Bakery 



Products at the Soda Shop" 



Compliments of 

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"The Modern Plant for Quality Cleaning" 
Phone 2164 Greenville, N. C. 



To You Graduates of 1954 



We extend Hearty Congratulations upon 
completion of your work at East Carolina 
College and Best Wishes for continued 
success. 



CITY OF GREENVILLE 
GREENVILLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 





SMITH'S MOTEL 




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CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS 

WHITE 
CHEVROLET COMPANY, INC. 

Telephones 3134 — 3135 
Greenville, N. C. 



Compliments 
of 

CAROLINA 
CLEANERS 

"Your Friendly Cleaners" 

1 West 10th St. Phone 2276 



Compliments of 

H. L. HODGES & COMPANY 

Farm Supplies, Paints and Hardware 

East Fifth Street 
Greenville, North Carolina 



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Compliments of 

PERKI NS-PROCTOR 




The College Shop for Young College Students 
"The House of Name Brands" 



TAFT OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO. 

REMINGTON 

Standard and Portable 

TYPEWRITERS 

New and Used 



CONGRATULATIONS 
TO THE SENIORS OF 1954 

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MOTORS, INC. 

Lincoln-Mercury 

2201 Dickinson Avenue 
Dial 4525—4528 



NEW DEAL CLEANERS 
AND LAUNDRY 



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of 

STOKES and HUDSON 
BARBER SHOP 



DUNN BUILDERS 
SUPPLY COMPANY 

"Everything in Lumber 

and 

Building Materials" 

Dial 5520 or 4964 



Chestnut Street Extension 
Greenville, North Carolina 



Congratulations Graduates of Class of '54 

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BLOUNT-HARVEY COMPANY 



'Eastern Carolina's Shopping Center' 



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of 

BRODY'S, INC. 

Complete 
Ladies' Department Store 

Greenville, N. C. 



Compliments of Your Stationer 

CAROLINA OFFICE 
EQUIPMENT COMPANY 

PRINTER — STATIONERS 

OFFICE OUTFITTERS 

UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS 

Greenville, N. C. 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 

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120 West Fifth Street 
"Greenville's Best Hardware Store" 



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DINING ROOM 

Located 1211 S. Evans St. 
Road to TV Station 

"Prepare Orders to go" 

Magazines Drugs 



Entertainment Headquarters 

PITT AND STATE THEATRES 



BEST JEWELRY COMPANY 




Greenville, N. C. 




Established 1901 


"Eastern 


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The Sandwich King 

"Prepare Orders to go" 

Milkshakes 

Sandwiches of All Kinds 

Chicken Barbecue 

Hamburger Steaks 

Located N. Greene St. 
At River Bridge 



BISSETTS 
DRUG STORE 

Greenville's 
Finest Drug Store 

416 Evans Street 



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STUDENT'S SUPPLY STORES 




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BOOK STORE 



SODA SHOP 



STATIONERY STORE 



Compliments of 

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NEHI BOTTLING CO., INC. 

Greenville, N. C. 

Drink Royal Crown 
"Best by Taste Test" 



Compliments of 

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RESTAURANT— SODAS 
"Where Taste Counts" 



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Buick Will Build Them" 

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